Maritime archaeology news

The Viking Ship Museum carries out archaeological surveys and excavations in eastern Danish waters. Below you can read the museum's archaeology news.

News

Marine archaeologists from the Viking Ship Museum are currently conducting diving surveys of the wreck of a large warship from the 17th century. The ship is perhaps the last of the three sunken warships from the Battle of the Fehmarnbelt in 1644, the Danish warship DELMENHORST.

Marine archaeologists from the Viking Ship Museum in Denmark find warship from the 17th century

The ship is most likely the Danish warship 'Delmenhorst', the last of the three sunken warships from the 'Battle of…

Special exhibition: In the Wake of the Vikings

The special exhibition In the Wake of the Vikings is the story about how the five Skuldelev ships have shaped the…

300-year-old ship's rudder discovered during the construction of Kriegers Flak offshore wind farm

During work to prepare the Kriegers Flak area for Vattenfall's new offshore wind farm, several artefacts have been…