Greg StrattonArchaeological Dive Supervisor and Diving Safety Officer

Greg is originally from Texas, and moved to North Carolina in 2010. After completing his BA in Anthropology (2011) he took a master’s degree in Maritime Studies (2015), both from East Carolina University. Greg has a varied background including eight years in the United States Navy and fourteen years as a custom home builder. He has participated in a variety of maritime archaeological projects in the United States and overseas, including Sweden and Greece. His MA thesis project was mapping and recording a 4th-century Roman merchant vessel off the coast of Albania. He has served as a research diver on the Queen Anne’s Revenge Shipwreck Project since 2013 and was appointed Field Supervisor for the 2015 field season. He has been an avid diver and boating enthusiast for over 25 years. He holds a Dive Master rating and is qualified for Trimix, Advanced Nitrox and Decompression operations. Greg lives in Carolina Beach with his wife Tracy. They have two adult sons.

910.251.7326  |  greg.stratton@ncdcr.gov