Ports, Marinas and Harbours

Ports, Marinas and Harbours

During a port, marina or harbour development the historic environment must be taken into consideration. This includes new harbour developments and extensions of existing ports, marinas and harbours.

Ports and harbours are currently and have throughout history always been vital links for travel and trade. The historic environment asset is therefore often a complex environment where evidence of past environments, archaeological sites and historic buildings can be found. The unique assets cannot be recovered or re-created if damaged or destroyed during development or construction, so it is important that archaeological input is sought as early as possible when considering undertaking a port, marina or harbour development.

The vast academic experience in maritime heritage that underpins Maritime Archaeology Ltd's range of services means that our archaeologists and project managers can quickly assist you in overcoming issues whilst preserving your cultural heritage sites.

We will provide a package of services that will meet the archaeological demands of your port, harbour or marina project including:

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