Comments on: How I became an Underwater Archaeologist https://shipwrecks.com/about-spence/becoming-an-underwater-archaeologist/ The oldest site on the web devoted primarily to shipwrecks. Sat, 13 Aug 2016 16:33:09 +0000 hourly 1 By: Lilith Lai https://shipwrecks.com/about-spence/becoming-an-underwater-archaeologist/#comment-3185 Sat, 13 Aug 2016 16:33:09 +0000 http://shipwrecks.com/?page_id=3767#comment-3185 My son is 8 years’ old. He’s very into shipwrecks and history. He told me a few times he wants to be an underwater archaeologist. It’s good that he has the passion and a dream. Where is the best college to study underwater archaeology?

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By: Bill Walker https://shipwrecks.com/about-spence/becoming-an-underwater-archaeologist/#comment-3174 Mon, 21 Sep 2015 02:29:27 +0000 http://shipwrecks.com/?page_id=3767#comment-3174 I have done marine archaeologhy in the Pacific; diving WWII wrecks and researching wrecks along the Texas Gulf Coast a lot of digging. I also took classes in marine biology during the first part of the 60’s.

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By: Stacie Reddish https://shipwrecks.com/about-spence/becoming-an-underwater-archaeologist/#comment-3151 Sun, 11 Jan 2015 19:18:11 +0000 http://shipwrecks.com/?page_id=3767#comment-3151 I was wondering why I couldn’t find anything on maritime archaeology. I’ve always wanted to do it since I was a little girl, so I thought I would start with marine biology but then I’d be learning stuff that I’m not really fond about. Just starting out would have to be hard just because you would need a boat and the equipment… which isn’t cheap! Its just hard that your trying to reach a goal that really isn’t that easy to get or is almost not existant. I know Marin biology is about 12 years, how long is it for underwater archaeology? Do you go out much in sea? The thing I am most drawn to is the bermuda triangle, it would be my dream to study it!

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By: Addison Leach https://shipwrecks.com/about-spence/becoming-an-underwater-archaeologist/#comment-3102 Wed, 21 Aug 2013 14:58:29 +0000 http://shipwrecks.com/?page_id=3767#comment-3102 Very interesting. I am following your newest discoveries with great interest.

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