Recently, the first joint underwater law enforcement of cultural heritage in the jurisdiction of Zhejiang Province and the awarding ceremony of the joint law enforcement workstation for cultural heritage in the jurisdiction of Xiangshan County were held in Shipu Fishing Port, Xiangshan, Zhejiang. It is reported that the joint underwater law enforcement inspection of cultural heritage in Zhejiang is the first time in the country, which has accumulated valuable experience for Zhejiang Province to carry out joint law enforcement of cultural heritage within the jurisdiction of the sea. With the deputy director of the Zhejiang Provincial Department of Culture and the director of the Provincial Cultural Relics Bureau Chen Yao announcing the underwater law enforcement, the two law enforcement vessels simultaneously rang three whistle and slowly sailed to the sea. On the way, sea surveillance, cultural relics, and frontier defense personnel used radar and remote video technology to conduct inspections on the waters along the channel. After arriving at the designated sea area, the law enforcement officers were diving equipment and jumped into the sea. After about 20 minutes of underwater inspection and inspection, it was confirmed that the underwater ancient channel was completely preserved and no signs of illegality were found. Chen Yao demanded that in the future, the cultural relics administrative departments and law enforcement supervision agencies at all levels along the coast of Zhejiang should work closely with the marine and border defense departments to carry out joint maritime law enforcement work, resolutely contain and combat the construction and sewage disposal that endanger and harm underwater cultural heritage. Illegal activities such as dumping, fishing, blasting, and theft.