This is a one day Nautical Archaeological Society (NAS) course in the Recording Part III module.
The course will combine a brief classroom session with full scale wooden ship construction identification and in field documentation of an authentic 19th century shipwreck (on land).
The course will look at how wooden schooner ships were constructed in the 19th century in the Upper Great Lakes using a mixture of printed materials and practical hands-on survey methods.
The final aspect will be how to apply this information to identify features of wooden shipwrecks within a maritime environment.
A maximum of 8 credit points will be available in the Recording Part III module.
Part III courses are open to everyone; however credit points will only be awarded to those who have completed the NAS Introduction Course.
When: Saturday September 14 (10am – 5 pm)
Where: Begin at the Wisconsin Maritime Museum | 75 Maritime Drive Manitowoc, WI
End at the shipwreck Lottie Cooper in Deland Park, Sheboygan, WI WUAA or NAS Member
Rate: $85 WUAA or NAS
Non-Member Rate: $95 Fee includes tuition, course materials, etc.