Education

Global Outreach 

This website is an integral part of the Trust’s educational remit and outreach.  As we develop it, and roll out new features and initiatives, students, schools, colleges, universities and other institutions will be able to tap into the information and detail that we will publish.

“We welcome a dialogue with students and establishments alike…”

Already, many students have been able to learn more about the 1914 Battle of the Falklands, by watching the feature-length documentary about the hunt for the Kaiser's missing warships, sunk by the Royal Navy more than 100 years ago.
Our interactive map of the Falklands, which is at the heart of this website, reveals where many of the most important and valuable shipwrecks lie. The detail of each vessel will gradually be expanded and enhanced, and hopefully added to by even more video films. This will allow people of all ages to find out more about the maritime heritage of the Falklands and surrounding areas.
 
We welcome a dialogue with students and establishments alike and urge anyone interested in finding out more about the Falklands seafaring history, or marine wildlife, to CONTACT US.

Become a Wreck Hunter!

Use our interactive map to find heritage shipwrecks

Become a Wreck Hunter!

Use our interactive map to find heritage shipwrecks