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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Maritime News-September

Adaptation to Marine Environments, a comparative study between Norway and Patagonia


Maritime Schools for Navigation, Engineering and Maritime Law in South Africa

Underwater Archaeology in China, Lectures at UCLA

Underwater Archaeology Field School with the Ecomuseum of the Cape of Calliveria, Menorca, Spain.

Maritime Experiential Museum & Aquarium opens in Singapore. Replica of the Jewel of Muscat (an Arab dhow)

Cape May, New Jersey. Residents continue to plan a Maritime Museum despite setbacks


International Congress of Maritime Museum Conference at the Mariner's Museum, Oct. 12-15


A SAFE HAVEN

Early Islamic Port discovered in Yavneh-Yam, Israel


Cape Byron
Stay in an Australian Lighthouse Hotel

Excavations in the port town Kochuveli, India dated to the first and second century BCE. Finds included a man built pond and a statue of Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva (a bodhisattva who ensures safe crossing and landing for sailors).

Today and yesterday in the port town of Kadikoy, Turkey

About Santorini-Ancient Minoan Culture and Volcanic Eruptions

FUN AND ENTERTAINMENT

The History of Port, the greatest of  Maritime Wines

Slovenian Boat Show

32nd International Marine Art Exhibition at Mystic Seaport, Sept 25-Nov 13

Paddle the Navesink Day, New Jersey

Book Release-Monsters, Myths and Legends, by Terry Breverton

CLASSIFIEDS


Odyssey Marine finds S.S. Gairssopa, estimated to have sunk with 200 tonnes of silver

The Treasure Hunter vs. Maritime Archaeology debate continues


WANTED-Artifacts stoln from the Malacca River in Malaysia, sold in Singapore

OBITUARIES

Plan for a naval heritage center in Plymouth torpedoed

City of Adelaide lifeboat
City of Adelaide lifeboat deteriorating rapidly, becoming an "eyesore"

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