Underwater Heritage Group New Zealand
2019 Annual Conference
2019 Annual Conference
New Zealand Underwater Heritage Group Inc.
Saturday 2nd November, 2019
The CQ Hotel
223 Cuba Street
Theme: Ocean Exploration – Past, Present & Future
8.00 am - 5.00 pm
A program of topical and interesting speakers will be followed by the presentation of the 2019 Kelly Tarlton Award
Sunday, 3rd November, 2019
8.30 am NZ UHG AGM followed by a short program of activities in Central Wellington
Followed by lunch at another local restaurant
Reserve your accommodation directly with the CQ Hotel (cqwellington.com) and mention the conference
Or other fine hotels in Central Wellington
More information and details coming soon
Kelly Tarlton Award 2018 Recipients
KELLY TARLTON AWARD 2018 RECIPIENTS
At the recent Annual General Meeting of NZUHG held at Russell, Bay of Islands, it was announced that the unanimous decision of the Award Committee was to present the Kelly Tarlton Trophy for 2018 to:
EDITH & LYNTON DIGGLE
Lynton is an award winning underwater movie photographer, plus he and Edith have co-operated on a number of publications such as the 8th Edition New Zealand Shipwrecks revisited and updated with Keith Gordon.
For more detail on Lynton Diggle refer Google search - there are many links.
2018 Kelly Tarlton Recognition Award
New Zealand Underwater Heritage Group Inc
The Kelly Tarlton Recognition Award for Services to Underwater Heritage
The Kelly Tarlton Recognition Award for Services to Underwater Heritage recognizes individuals or groups who have made significant and lasting contributions through research, practice, or advocacy to underwater heritage, maritime archaeology or maritime history. The award recognizes members of the underwater heritage community for long-term accomplishments or those who have made a notable impact through a significant innovation, body of work or publication. A candidate’s contributions can include innovative ideas or maritime conservation projects, including services that have promoted underwater heritage in New Zealand or wider Pacific communities linked to New Zealand. The award includes a certificate of recognition, and an invitation for the recipient to present a keynote talk at the annual NZUHG Conference. A public citation for the award will be placed on the NZUHG website. While no monetary award is made, awardees may be assisted with travel and sustenance costs to attend the NZUHG conference.