One of the prime functions of the group over many years has been publicisation of the work undertaken by the group and the history of the ship. There have been a number of magazine and newspaper articles and a small booklet about Hazardous was printed. The ship has been featured on radio and in the television programmes Wreck Detectives and Digging for Britain. There have been presentations to schools, conferences and interested organisations and to a number of visiting diver groups that have accessed the Diver Trail.

Previously the group maintained an artefact preservation and storage facility at Earnley Gardens near Bracklesham Bay where they had recovered artefacts on display with information about the ship. Unfortunately the gardens have closed and the group obliged to vacate the facilities they had. They are currently in negotiations for alternative arrangements.

Below are links to some of the more recent publications about
Article titled 'The Atlantic Convoy of 1706' in the Society for Nautical Research quarterly newsletter 'Topmast' from Aug 2019.
Article on the Historic England site dated July 2020 by Dan Johnston titled "The 'Gunnes' of Warship Hazardous Prize (1706)", about the cannon found on and about the wreck.
Article in The Diver magazine of April 2021 showing work undertaken by the group.

Maritime archaeology on the warship Hazardous in Bracklesham Bay