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Shipwreck Conservation Centre – one year later

Shipwreck Conservation Centre – one year later

Category: News

Published: 12.11.2015

A year ago, on 24th November, a cornerstone laying ceremony was held for the new investment – the Shipwreck Conservation Centre with Studio Warehouse in Tczew. The new object is planned to be opened in the spring of 2016, final finishing works are currently being conducted along with development works around the building of the Centre.


Boat and Ship Archaeology conference

“Boat and Ship Archaeology” conference

Category: News

Published: 22.07.2015

The 14thInternational Symposium on Boat and Ship Archaeology (ISBSA) will be held from 21st to 25th September 2015 in the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk (NMM). Organized every three years, the conference is one of the most prestigious academic events, dedicated to maritime and underwater archaeologists.


Indestructible Kumka IV

Indestructible Kumka IV

Category: News

Published: 17.07.2015

"Kumka IV" was intended to be like a plan: fast, light, watertight, and in addition, cheap in construction, with welded metal sheets used as material. When Tadeusz Sołtyk, a 28-year-old engineer, was designing a yacht for his own use, his goal was reaching two years of her operation before she would be defeated by corrosion. "Kumka IV", however, survived through the war and outlived her designer. In two years, she will be celebrating her 80th birthday in the Shipwreck Conservation Centre in Tczew, which is currently under construction.


The exploration of F53.30 – work in progress

The exploration of F53.30 – work in progress

Category: News

Published: 30.06.2015

Archaeologists and divers of the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk have completed studies of the F53.30 shipwreck. Exploration of the site has been conducted as a part of the "Gulf of Gdańsk Shipwreck Virtual Open-Air Museum" project and has provided outstanding results. Presumably, "Szklany" is the remains of a merchant vessel of Gdańsk origin dating back to the latter half of the 17th century.


Condition.2015 Conservation and Digitalization Conference

Condition.2015 Conservation and Digitalization Conference

Category: News

Published: 27.05.2015

An international conference Condition.2015 took place between 19th and 22nd May 2015 at the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk. It was devoted to aspects of conservation of archeological objects discovered during the exploration of the seabed as well as digitization of large objects outside controlled studio environment.


m.s. Prosna, 1983, oil, hardboard, private collection

Henryk Baranowski - a reporter with a palette

Category: News

Published: 18.05.2015

Henryk Baranowski is a central figure of the 13th edition of the "Polish Artists and the Sea" cycle. Baranowski was a seascapist, a continuator of Antoni Suchanek and Marian Mokwa's tradition, as well as a commodore serving in the navy. Organized on the 10th anniversary of painter's death, this year's exhibition is an occasion to commemorate his individuality and artistic work.


Conservation workshops in Oslo

Conservation workshops in Oslo

Category: News

Published: 11.05.2015

End of April was marked by international conservation workshops, organized by Monica Hovdan of the Norwegian Maritime Museum in Oslo and Irena Jagielska of the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk.


OPTY - yacht which sailed around the world

OPTY - yacht which sailed around the world

Category: News

Published: 14.04.2015

A solitary cruise, a murderous struggle against time and illness, an obsession to sail round the world without any help or support, with only a yacht and oneself to rely on. Leonid Teliga is still recognized as a symbol of a romantic struggle and an extraordinary sea adventure. Few sailors, before or after Teliga, managed to achieve as much – to fully devote their lives to sailing.


Lux in tenebris. Light in the darkness

"Lux in tenebris. Light in the darkness"

Category: News

Published: 16.03.2015

A 3D shipwreck animation, a mysterious figurehead and a lantern room with a view of the most beautiful Polish lighthouses. We are pleased to invite you on a virtual tour of the "Lux In Tenebris. Light In the Darkness" exhibition.


The Copper Ship

"The Copper Ship"

Category: News

Published: 20.02.2015

We are proud to present the latest publication of the National Maritime Museum in Gdansk entitled "The Copper Ship – a Medieval Shipwreck and Its Cargo". Dedicated to the pioneers of maritime archaeology in Poland, this diligently prepared and beautifully published title constitutes a compendium of one of the greatest discoveries in the field of underwater archaeology in Poland.


New Life of the Yacht Dal

New Life of the Yacht Dal

Category: News

Published: 16.02.2015

She lost her mast in a cyclone. She was a "star" of the Chicago World's Fair as well as a cause of disputes between consecutive owners. Laminated with plastic many years ago, she has been waiting for conservation which would restore her original design from the 1930s.


'Lux in tenebris. Light in the darkness

"Lux in tenebris. Light in the darkness"

Category: News

Published: 22.12.2014

Stereoscopic 3D animation, a mysterious figurehead and a lantern room with a view of the most beautiful Polish lighthouses. A new temporary exhibition devoted to the history of lighthouses and the right of shipwreck has been opened in the Granaries on Ołowianka Island since 20th December.


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