The following are some of the press coverage thw team have had

MP Sara Wooloston unveils plaque at Gara

A plaque showing the protected wreck sites off Salcombe was unveiled at Gara Rock hotel  by the local MP Sara Wooloston.

Golden Moment

Shipwreck Yields Bronze-Age Gold

Gleaming where it sank almost 3,000 years ago, a golden bracelet from the Bronze Age marks the site of one of the world’s oldest shipwrecks, recently discovered off the coast of the United Kingdom. At the time of the wreck, Rome had yet to be built, pharaohs still ruled Egypt, and Jesus Christ’s birth was still centuries away.        —James Owen in London

Seabed gold 'clue to white slavers'

Amateur divers who found one of the richest treasure wrecks off the coast of Devon are now convinced the 16th century ship was one of the dreaded Barbary pirates, and that its intended cargo was English slaves, bound for the slave markets of North Africa.

How Lucky 13 Struck Gold Off Salcombe

For three years a team of divers has been slipping away to a site off Prawle Point in Devon, sworn to secrecy about the astonishing treasure they have been uncovering. But now its time to go public, and Kendall McDonald has the full story

Shipwreck Treasure: Amazing underwater finds

A team with the South West Maritime Archaeological Group recovered 3,000-year-old artifacts off England’s Devon county in 2009. Among finds were swords, copper and tin ingots and gold jewelry (pictured).

3,000-year-old shipwreck shows European trade was thriving in Bronze Age

The discovery of one of the world’s oldest shipwrecks shows that European trade was thriving even in the Bronze Age, according to experts.

Bronze Age shipwreck loaded with jewellery is found off Devon

The site of a Bronze Age shipwreck, loaded with French-made weapons and jewellery, found off the coast of Devon, has been hailed as the most important prehistoric find of its kind for 30 years.
The site of a Bronze Age shipwreck, loaded with French-made weapons and jewellery, found off the coast of Devon, has been hailed as the most important prehistoric find of its kind for 30 years.

Deep Breath

Rogue fisherman damages bronze age site

Weekend dive brings moroccan gold to surface