Platinum Sponsor ($20,000+)

Professional Diving Services is providing commercial dive supervision, equipment,
and use of their facilities pre and post fieldwork at heavily reduced rates throughout the project.


Gold Sponsor ($10,000+)

Port of Melbourne Corporation has provided the project with detailed remote sensing and bathymetric data for the Clarence.

Fitzgerald Constructions is providing the project with JUB1, an 18m x 12m jack-up barge which will be the dive platform for the 2012 field program, at a special rate.

 iVEC@UWA is providing underwater photography equipment and 3D imaging assistance.

Silver Sponsor ($5,000+)

Archaeology Unit
Nalanda Sriwijaya Centre
Institute of Southeast Asian Studies 
National University of Singapore has provided funding that will allow four people from South East Asian countries to participate in the fieldwork for the project:
Mr Kamsan Heng (Cambodia)
Ms Agni Mochtar (Indonesia)
Ms Andrea Kintanar (Philippines)
Mr Sira Ploymukda (Thailand)


Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities (DSEWPaC) – is a Partner Organisation but has also provided additional funding for the development and maintenance of this AHSPP website


K.V. Johnson Constructions is providing tug boats to transfer the jack-up barge from Port Melbourne to the site and back at a special rate for the project..


Bronze Sponsor ($1,000+)

Portarlington Holiday Units & Pool has provided reduced price accommodation for the four weeks of fieldwork (16 April to 12 May 2012).


Omni Manufacturing is providing discounted road barriers for another in situ preservation trial on the James Matthews historic shipwreck in WA as part of the AHSPP.


Dolphin Dive Fremantle is providing discounted hire of SCUBA diving gear and boat hire for the reburial of the second case study James Matthews in WA.

Dolphin Dive