Conserve – returning artifacts to glory

Seabed Explorations pays meticulous attention to historical, archaeological and conservation procedures when unveiling and retrieving sunken treasures. Seabed Explorations' sophisticated conservation centre, located in New Zealand, is equipped with modern conservation tools that are coordinated by skilled artisans, scholars and conservation experts from around the world.

The process is time-consuming and expensive, and we have invested heavily to become one of the world’s foremost experts in the restoration of artefacts that have rested beneath the sea oceans for centuries.

The conservation process may last several years at a cost of several million US dollars, but the results of these efforts bring invaluable information that advances the world's understanding of ancient civilizations.

To discover more about our conservation and restoration processes, please visit the Tang Conservation section within Discoveries.

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