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This year, once again the NAS has taken the opportunity to move its conference online and to create a special international event.

We have therefore once again moved our famous raffle online too with some great prizes from our friends and sponsors!

This year's raffle is raising money to help conserve objects at risk of being lost on the wreck of the London in the Thames Estuary as part of the Save The London campaign. Last year you raised over £1000 which has been used to support efforts to save artefacts from destruction in the Thames.

You can find out more about the campaign and the work of the NAS and the volunteer divers from the London Shipwreck Trust here:

https://www.nauticalarchaeologysociety.org/Appeal/save-the-london

Prize 1

Hamper

Fine Quality Food & Drink Hand Selected for Your Enjoyment

Market Town Spiced Fruit Cake, Yorkshire Crisps Natural Sea Salt, Yorkshire Crisps Natural Sea Salt, Market Town Brewers Ale Chutney, Monty Bojangles Orange Angelical Truffles, Grandma Wild's Mature Cheddar Oaty Biscuits, Grandma Wild's Butterscotch Biscuits, Grandma Wild's Butterscotch Biscuits, Mr Filbert's Olive Snack Sweet Chilli & Basil Kalamata & Green Olives, Mr Filberts Salted Caramel Chocolate and Nut Mix - Suitable for vegetarians Market Town Brewers Ale Chutney, Mr Filberts Salted Caramel Chocolate and Nut Mix - Suitable for vegans Mr Filbert's Olive Snack Sweet Chilli & Basil Kalamata & Green Olives, Mr Filberts Salted Caramel Chocolate and Nut Mix, Yorkshire Crisps Natural Sea Salt - Dairy free, Gluten free

Delivery / Collection

UK delivery included

Prize 2

An Illustrated Glossary of Wooden Ship and Boat Terminology

"Marine activities are not only classic examples around which itemised terminology and particular terms for specific activities have evolved, but a huge amount of the English language and vocabulary has derived from, and is indebted to, historical maritime endeavours over centuries of seafaring.

This book has evolved from a basic set of lecture handouts, into this illustrated glossary of terminology. It is intended to be used as a quick reference guide for anyone interested in marine activities, and wooden ships & boats in particular. "

Donated by Malvern Archaeological Diving Unit

www.madu.org.uk

Delivery / Collection

International delivery included

Prize 3

Lego Dive Boat with lost treasure

Who doesn’t love Lego? This is a great toy to inspire kids (or let’s be honest, you) to get underwater looking for shipwrecks!

"Build a sleek diving large leisure toy yacht for amazing underwater adventures
Features a large diving yacht boat toy with sun deck, removable roof, turning searchlight and storage/sleeping space inside.

Includes 2 LEGO City diver mini-figures, plus swordfish and crab figures, plus sea floor scene with an opening treasure chest"

Donated by: Patrick Wadsworth


Delivery / Collection

International delivery included

Prize 4

£50 Amazon Voucher

A £50 Amazon Voucher to spend on whatever you want! (But if you want some recommendations - lease let us know!)

Donated by the Nautical Archaeology Society

www.nauticalarchaeologysociety.org

Delivery / Collection

International delivery included

Prize 5

Bottle of Old Highland Park Whisky

12 Year-Old Highland Park Whisky (over 18s only)

Donated by: Katy Bell


Delivery / Collection

UK delivery included

Prize 6

Royal Navy Motor Gun Boat Haynes Manual (Signed by the author)

During the Second World War the Royal Navy’s flotillas of small, fast and powerfully armed motor gun boats (MGBs) were looked upon as the ‘Spitfires of the seas’. Operating from their harbour bases around the south and east coasts of England, RN Coastal Forces crews would set out under cover of darkness to look for trouble with German shipping in the Channel and the North Sea.

The centrepiece of this manual is MGB 81, a combat veteran that saw repeated action between 1942 and 1945 in the North Sea and English Channel, including on D-Day. Her fighting career, restoration and recent rebuild are all covered in this fascinating insight into the only operational example of an RN Coastal Forces MGB of the Second World War.

Authors:
Diggory Rose is Director of Marine Operations at Portsmouth Naval Base Property Trust and primary skipper of MGB 81.

Stephen Fisher is an archaeologist and historian who specialises in maritime and amphibious warfare in the First and Second World Wars.

More Details
Part number: H6142
Dimensions: 270 x 210 mm
# of pages: 192
ISBN-13: 9781785211423
ISBN-10: 1785211420
Publication date: Sunday, 6 September, 2020
Language: English
Author(s): Diggory Rose & Stephen Fisher

Delivery / Collection

International delivery included

Prize 7

Red and Black "Aqualung Reveal" Dive Mask

Red and Black "Aqualung Reveal" Dive Mask - donated by Go Dive

Delivery / Collection

International delivery included

Prize 8

Red and Black "Aqualung Reveal" Dive Mask

Red and Black "Aqualung Reveal" Dive Mask - Donated by Go Dive

Delivery / Collection

International delivery included

Prize 9

Introduction to Running Maritime Archaeological Projects book

Introduction to Running Maritime Archaeological Projects book

Donated by MADU

This 116-page paperback has been self-published by the Malvern Archaeological Diving Unit, and is printed on demand. The publication is in full colour, with 120 photographs and illustrations.

As a follow up to An illustrated glossary of Wooden Ship and Boat Terminology published in 2020, which derived from running courses on "Wooden Ship & Boat Construction", this second book has similarly evolved from the course NAS Senior Tutor, Ian Cundy from MADU teaches for the NAS on "Running Maritime Archaeological Projects".

Delivery / Collection

International delivery included

Prize 10

Fourth Element 5 litre Dry Sac

Fourth Element 5 litre Dry Sac - donated by Go Dive & MSDS Marine

Delivery / Collection

International delivery included

Prize 11

Fourth Element Towel

Fourth Element Towel - donated by Go Dive & MSDS Marine

Delivery / Collection

International delivery included

Prize 12

Fourth Element Changing Mat 

Fourth Element Changing Mat  - donated by Go Dive & MSDS Marine

Delivery / Collection

International delivery included

Prize 13

Anchor Woven Bag for Life

Carry your shopping with ease using this Anchor Woven Bag!

You can fill this 45 x 45cm bag with your shopping, craft materials and more. It's nice and large, making it ideal for those big spending days when you need a sturdy bag that you can rely on.

With its chic, colourful design, it's as stylish as it is practical. You'll have the perfect handy accessory for any task. For crafters on the go, it'll be really useful for carrying your essentials. Fill it with yarn, food, scrapbooking materials and more!

Size: 45 x 45 x 19cm (17.7 x 17.7 x 7.5 inches)
Reuse time after time
Long-lasting
Perfect for holding shopping, craft materials and more!

Donated by Sheilah and Martin Openshaw

Delivery / Collection

International delivery included

Prize 14

Good2Go Boating Board Game

The unique nautical game, developed by experienced RYA instructors to make learning fun.

A fun game which tests and advances your knowledge of getting out and about safely on the water.

From weather and knots to navigation lights and buoys...simply answer the questions correctly to sail or motor your boat around the board and be first back into the marina. But watch out for the penalty cards which could hamper your voyage.

For 2-4 players or teams. Ages 8 to adult.

Delivery / Collection

International delivery included

Prize 15

4 x Tickets to the Shipwreck Centre, IoW

Located within a thriving craft village, the Shipwreck Centre & Maritime Museum houses the largest exhibition of its kind in the UK.

Bursting with thousands of relics from shipwrecks and treasures from the deep including beautiful “Pieces of Eight”, Spanish gold, and items salvaged from galleons, steamships, and wartime submarines.

See a fascinating display of antique diving equipment, Isle of Wight prehistory, dramatic shipwreck stories, pirates, smuggling, ship models and much more.

Donated by the Maritime Archaeology Trust

Delivery / Collection

Collection only

Collection available from Arreton Barns, Isle of Wight

Prize 16

Revell 05078 U-Boat XXI Model Kit

Revell 05078 U-Boat XXI Type w. Interieur Model Kit

Model kit contain 163 pieces
Model kits are designed for children aged 10 years and upwards
After built it measures 53.1 cm in length

Delivery / Collection

International delivery included

Prize 17

Micro Mini Block Titanic Model

Micro Mini Block Titanic Model Building Set, Intellective Building Bricks,3D Puzzle DIY Educational Toy (1872 pcs)

High Quality of Micro Blocks: This RMS Titanic Ship building blocks Set made of original ABS material, durable plastic kits. The brick smaller than major brands, with bricks as small as 4mmx5mm, the smaller the brick the better the build

Educational Value: This Titanic Micro Blocks Ship Set can training kid's coordination of the body through practicing of assembling the bricks . Improving patience, and cognitive skills. Because of the huge project, it is suitable for families to assemble together, while can promote the communication among family members

High Playability: The Micro building block set is made up of 1872 pieces micro bricks, include detailed step-by-step color instructions, Great details with assorted sizes and color pieces. This micro block set is a superior building experience with greater challenge, sophistication and detail than any other construction set

A Great Gift: Wonderful recreation activity, Perfect gift for both adults and ages 14 years up children.

Delivery / Collection

International delivery included

Prize 18

Laphroaig Single Malt

"Laphroaig, pronounced "La-froyg", is an all-malt Scotch whisky from the remote island of Islay in the Western Isles of Scotland. Laphroaig is a Gaelic word, and means "the beautiful hallow by the broad bay".

In the making of Laphroaig, malted barley is dried over a peat fire. The smoke from this peat, found only on the island of Islay, gives Laphroaig its particularly rich flavour."

Delivery / Collection

International delivery included

Prize 19

Grants Whisky

This blended whisky from William Grant & Sons was awarded a Silver medal at the 2007 International Wine and Spirits Competition.

This blend includes whisky from Glenfiddich & Balvenie

Delivery / Collection

International delivery included

Raffle Ended
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Charity Donation The Nautical Archaeology Society
The Nautical Archaeology Society
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Sean Cheasley
Won Hamper on 21st November 2021
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A great cause and a fabulous hamper as my prize. Many thanks NAS!!

Paula Frances Martin - UK
Won An Illustrated Glossary of Wooden Ship and Boat Terminology on 21st November 2021
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The winner did not provide a review

Keith Clark - UK
Won Lego Dive Boat with lost treasure on 21st November 2021
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First rate, model delightful. Many thanks

Andrea Hamel
Won £50 Amazon Voucher on 21st November 2021
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Fantastic conference, as always! Thank you so much!!

Scott Reimer
Won Bottle of Old Highland Park Whisky on 21st November 2021
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The winner did not provide a review

Jennifer Black - UK
Won Royal Navy Motor Gun Boat Haynes Manual (Signed by the author) on 21st November 2021
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The winner did not provide a review

Hefin Meara
Won Red and Black "Aqualung Reveal" Dive Mask on 21st November 2021
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Excellent! Thank you :)

Katy Bell - UK
Won Red and Black "Aqualung Reveal" Dive Mask on 21st November 2021
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Fantastic raffle excellent communication. Amazing prizes. Wow

Joanna Thomson
Won Introduction to Running Maritime Archaeological Projects book on 21st November 2021
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The winner did not provide a review

Peta Knott - UK
Won Fourth Element 5 litre Dry Sac on 21st November 2021
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The winner did not provide a review

Neil Cooper
Won Fourth Element Towel on 21st November 2021
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The winner did not provide a review

Patrick Wadsworth - UK
Won Fourth Element Changing Mat  on 21st November 2021
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Excellent raffle as always

Gary Humphries
Won Anchor Woven Bag for Life on 21st November 2021
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Good communication, thank you.

Steven Ellis
Won Good2Go Boating Board Game on 21st November 2021
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Katy Bell - UK
Won 4 x Tickets to the Shipwreck Centre, IoW on 21st November 2021
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Great communication very clear what was happening. Fantastic prize as described

Cat Holt
Won Revell 05078 U-Boat XXI Model Kit on 21st November 2021
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Thank you for the prize.

Sara Hasan - UK
Won Micro Mini Block Titanic Model on 21st November 2021
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The winner did not provide a review

Patrick Wadsworth - UK
Won Laphroaig Single Malt on 21st November 2021
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What a great Raffle prize

Peta Knott - UK
Won Grants Whisky on 21st November 2021
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The winner did not provide a review

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