Sub-contracted through NetSurvey to provide Marin Mätteknik AB with a Reports Coordinator for the MCA Culver Sands to Flat Holm Survey. Conducted as part of the Civil Hydrography Programme, the 97 square kilometre survey area covers a section of the Bristol Channel, extending from Culver Sand in the south-west to Flat Holm and Lavernock Point in the north-east. The seabed topography is extremely complex – sandy, muddy and gravely areas have been identified, as well as rock outcrops and sand waves. Numerous wrecks were known to exist within the survey area, however, eight new significant contacts were also found. MMT’s specialised shallow water survey vessel, MV Seabeam, was used to acquire Kongsberg EM3002 dual-head multibeam data. Caris HIPS and Fledermaus were utilised to verify the data, with a Report of Survey submitted to the UK Hydrographic Office, along with high-resolution FM Geocoder backscatter data and seabed samples to support seabed classification.