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Coronavirus (Corvid-19)
Pandemic Update:

Due to the on-going global situation, this will obviously affect various timings/dates as original published on this website.
We will be updating these following discussions with the parties involved.

(May 2020 Update: Dates have been 'pushed' back one year, so Season #1 will be in 2021, Season #2 in 2022 and now the competition entry closing date is 31 December 2021)

Meet The Wreck Hunters Team

We’ve put together a team of vastly experienced and knowledgeable individuals…

Mike Haigh

Mike Haigh

Project Director

Mike is a passionate advocate for the archaeological treasures of the ocean.

With an impressive track record in diving archaeology under his belt, Mike was inspired to start the wreck hunters project as a way of creating a course which covers all the essential training required to learn the art and science of marine archaeology.

 

Toby Parker

Toby Parker

Worldwide Historic Shipwrecks Consultant

Toby is an internationally-acclaimed marine archaeologist.

Was closely associated with evolving techniques of shipwreck survey and excavation, especially through his involvement with the Nautical Archaeology Society. Of which, he was a founder member and at one time Chairman.

John McIntyre

John McIntyre

Media and Communications Consultant

John is a former BBC Correspondent who has reported on stories around the world including Baghdad, Kosovo, Korea, Tahiti, and the dolphin meat trade in Japan.

Has travelled the world producing images for many broadcasters and even became the underwater cameraman for the legendary children’s television programme Blue Peter.

Joanna Yellowlees-Bound

Joanna Yellowlees-Bound

Project Consultant

Joanna has been a volunteer on countless underwater excavations over the years, including the Graf Spee, a so-called German ‘pocket battleship’ and Lord Nelson’s ship, the Agamemnon.