Uluburun Late Bronze Age Shipwreck Excavation
INA's shipwreck excavation at Uluburun, near Kaş in southern Turkey provides a unique glimpse into the Bronze Age.
Tektaş Burnu Classical Greek Shipwreck Excavation
For three summers between 1999 and 2001 INA sponsored the excavation of this shipwreck at Tektaş Burnu.
Port Royal Harbor Excavation
From 1981 to 1990, INA, in cooperation with the Nautical Archaeology Program at TAMU and the JNHT, began archaeological investigations of the submerged portion of Port Royal.
Bajo de la Campana Iron Age Shipwreck Excavation
Excavation on a 7th-century BC Phoenician shipwreck off of Cartagena. The initial dives on the site yielded well-preserved elephant tusks with Phoenician inscriptions.
Yukon Gold Rush Steamboat Survey
Over the past nine years more than thirty professionals, volunteers and graduate students have worked on 13 field trips in the North. This project has completed a survey of the Yukon River’s 24 known sternwheeler sites.
Yassıada Byzantine Shipwreck Excavation
During the summers of 1961-64, an expedition of the University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania under the direction of George F. Bass excavated this Byzantine ship.
Red River Steamboat Heroine Excavation
Since 2002 INA, the Oklahoma Historical Society, and Texas A&M University have been engaged in a joint study of the western steamboat Heroine (1832-1838).
Serçe Limanı Shipwreck Excavation
An expedition of the Institute of Nautical Archaeology and Texas A&M University excavated the Serçe Limanı "Glass Wreck" from 1977-79.
Cape Gelidonya Late Bronze Age Shipwreck Excavation
Located by P. Throckmorton & K. Aras in 1959, this site was the first excavation of what would later become the Institute of Nautical Archaeology.