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With inspiration like this…

Now living as close to Chesil beach as is possible without getting wet I am blessed with views like this, it is hard not to be motivated by our fabulous maritime history. Work on the Shipwreck database continues and we are fully engaged with boat and equipment modifications for next season as well as continuing … Read Article


Deeper Dorset, maritime history, one and the same

I received the following from Selwyn Williams, just goes to show you don’t always have to get wet to touch maritime history. In 1982 I bought the rights to the Chesil Beach wreck of the Piedmont that we had found. She was a ship hired as a troop transport by the Transport Board in 1795 … Read Article

Professional Publications

Chesil Beach Cannon Site With the help of Grahame and the former Shipwreck Project Wessex Archaeology was commissioned by Historic England to undertake a site assessment of two unidentified wreck sites off Chesil Beach, collectively known as the ‘Cannon Site’.Download publication Brandy Wreck Discovered by Grahame and the former Shipwreck Project the visible site consists … Read Article