The Annaghkeen Boat. A 4500 year old, massive vessel.
The Victorian Yacht. The remains of what was once a spectacular "gentleman's" racing yacht.
The Caislean Nua. The wreck of the vessel involved in the Annaghdown Tragedy
Conor Wreck. The remains of a wooden lakeboat.
Maam Steamer. Sunk on her berth at Maam.
The Carrowmoreknock Boat. The "Viking axes" boat - incredibly preserved, 1000 years old.
The Rinnaknock Boat. A small one man canoe.
The Kilbeg 1 Boat. A 37ft logboat, 3500 years old.
Baurisheen Lakeboat. Probably 19th Century, complete with oars.
Lees Island 5. Incredibly preserved Iron age vessel, 2400 years old. Oar and Socketed axe.
Rabbit Island Boat. 28ft Iron age Logboat
C10 Logboat. A 20ft Logboat - probably Iron age
C15 Logboat. A massive logboat - roughly 37ft, in an incredible state of preservation
Clydagh Rocks Boat A small one-man logboat, 10ft long. Undated
The D1 Logboat. A large logboat, partially buried, and partially dismantled. Undated
The D2 Logboat. A large logboat with a live-well. Possibly bronze age.
Cornamona Structure. An apparent man-made structure near Cornamona
Castletown Boat. A large, 36ft ancient vessel in Castletown Bay, Mayo - probably Bronze age.
Glann Shore Crannog. What appears to be a buried and submerged crannog floor
C2 Logboat. A medium sized logboat, in apparently good condition, completely buried.