List of designations under the Protection of Wrecks Act

This is a list of all sites designated under the Protection of Wrecks Act 1973. The designated sites are shown on charts and notified to mariners.[1] English Heritage provides administration of the arrangements under the Act in England and publishes information on each site.[2] In May 2011, it launched an online searchable database of all protected wreck sites in English territorial waters, the National Heritage List for England,[3] which includes the location co-ordinates, designation list entry description and brief historical details for each site.[4] The administration of designated historic wrecks in Scotland is managed by Historic Environment Scotland, and in Wales by Cadw.

List of designations under section 1 of the Protection of Wrecks Act (1973)Edit

Name Designated [A] Location Year wrecked Authority [B] National Heritage List for England Number
First Current
Cattewater Wreck 1973 [A1] 1973 Plymouth 1530 H.E. [B1] 1000065
Mary Rose 1974 [A2] 1974 Portsmouth 1545 H.E. [B1] 1000075
Grace Dieu 1974 [A3] 2016 River Hamble 1436 H.E. [B1] 1000061
VOC Amsterdam 1974 [A4] 1974 Hastings 1749 H.E. [B1] 1000055
Royal Yacht Mary 1974 [A5] 1974 The Skerries, Anglesey 1675 Cadw [B2] n.a.
HMS Assurance/HMS Pomone 1974 [A6] 1998 [A6] The Needles 1753[C1],1811 H.E. [B1] 1000087
HMS Dartmouth 1974 [A7] 1992 [A7] Sound of Mull 1690 H.E.S. [B3] n.a.
HMS Anne 1974 [A8] 2009 [A8] Pett Level 1690 H.E. [B1] 1000060
Tearing Ledge Wreck 1975 [A9] 1975 Scillies 1707? [C2] H.E. [B1] 1000063
Rill Cove Wreck 1976 [A11] 1976 The Lizard 1616? [C3] H.E. [B1] 1000046
South Edinburgh Channel Wreck 1977 [A13] 1977 Thames Estuary late 18th century H.E. [B1] 1000079
Church Rocks Wreck 1977 [A14] 1977 Teignmouth 18th century H.E. [B1] 1000064
Pwll Fanog Wreck 1978 [A15] 1979 [A15] Menai Strait Medieval Cadw [B2] n.a.
Moor Sand Site 1978 [A16] 1978 Salcombe Middle Bronze Age H.E. [B1] 1000050
Coronation (Offshore) 1978 [A17] 1978 Penlee Point, Rame 1691 [C4] H.E. [B1] 1000069
Langdon Bay Wreck 1978 [A18] 1978 Dover Middle Bronze Age H.E. [B1] 1000059
Kennemerland 1978 [A19] 1978 Out Skerries 1664 H.S. [B3] n.a.
Tal-Y-Bont Wreck 1979 [A20] 1989 [A20] Cardigan Bay 1677 Cadw [B2] n.a.
HMS Stirling Castle 1980 [A21] 2004 [A21] Goodwin Sands 1703 H.E. [B1] 1000056
HMS Invincible 1980 [A22] 1980 East Solent 1758 H.E. [B1] 1000052
Bartholomew Ledges Wreck 1980 [A23] 2006 [A23] Scillies 1597? [C5] H.E. [B1] 1000066
HMS Restoration 1981 [A24] 2004 [A24] Goodwin Sands 1703 H.E. [B1] 1000057
HMS Northumberland 1981 [A25] 2004 [A25] Goodwin Sands 1703 H.E. [B1] 1000058
St Anthony 1982 [A26] 2006 [A26] Mount's Bay 1527 H.E. [B1] 1000067
HMS Schiedam 1982 [A27] 1982 Gunwalloe Cove 1684 H.E. [B1] 1000049
Yarmouth Roads Wreck 1984 [A29] 1985 [A29] Yarmouth, Isle of Wight 1567? H.E. [B1] 1000044
Studland Bay Wreck 1984 [A30] 1998 [A30] Poole C 1520 H.E. [B1] 1000045
Admiral Gardner 1985 [A31] 2004 [A31] Goodwin Sands 1809 H.E. [B1] 1000062
Hazardous 1986 [A32] 2017 [A32] Bracklesham Bay 1706 H.E. [B1] 1000048
Coronation (Inshore) 1989 [A33] 1989 Penlee Point, Rame 1691 [C4] H.E. [B1] 1000070
Iona II 1990 [A34] 2006 [A34] Lundy 1864 H.E. [B1] 1000051
Gull Rock Wreck 1990 [A35] 1990 Lundy 15th/16th century H.E. [B1] 1000053
Wrangles Palais 1990 [A36] 1991 [A36] Out Skerries 1687 H.E.S. [B3] n.a.
Erme Estuary Wreck 1991 [A37] 1991 Erme Estuary 16th to 18th century H.E. [B1] 1000071
Smalls Reef Wreck 1991 [A38] 1995 [A38] Smalls Reef C 1100 Cadw [B2] n.a.
Duart Point Wreck 1992 [A39] 1992 Sound of Mull 1653 H.E.S. [B3] n.a.
Girona 1993 [A40] 1993 Lacada Point 1588 N.I. E.H.S. [B4] n.a.
HMS Royal Anne Galley 1993 [A41] 2006 [A41] The Lizard 1721 H.E. [B1] 1000068
Erme Ingot Site 1993 [A42] 1993 Erme Estuary Unknown, Bronze Age or later H.E. [B1] 1000054
Dunwich Bank Wreck 1994 [A43] 2004 [A43] Dunwich 16th century H.E. [B1] 1000073
Resurgam 1996 [A44] 1996 Rhyl 1880 Cadw [B2] n.a.
Hanover 1997 [A45] 1997 Hanover CoveCornwall 1763 H.E. [B1] 1000072
Seaton Carew Wreck 1997 [A46] 1997 Seaton Carew 19th century H.E. [B1] 1000077
Salcombe Cannon Wreck 1997 [A47] 1997 Salcombe c 1640 H.E. [B1] 1000074
HM Submarine A1 1998 [A48] 2004 [A48] Bracklesham Bay 1911 H.E. [B1] 1000043
Burntisland Wreck 1999 [A49] 1999 Firth of Forth 1633 H.E.S. [B3] n.a.
Loe Bar Wreck 1999 [A50] 1999 Mount's Bay 17th century H.E. [B1] 1000076
Mingary Castle Wreck 2000 [A51] 2000 Sound of Mull 17th century H.E.S. [B3] n.a.
Kinlochbervie Wreck 2001 [A52] 2001 Kinlochbervie Early 17th century H.E.S. [B3] n.a.
HMS Colossus (Stern Section) 2001 [A53] 2017 Scillies 1798 H.E. [B1] 1000078
HMS Campania 2001 [A54] 2001 Firth of Forth November 1918 H.E.S. [B3] n.a.
The Diamond? [C6] 2002 [A55] 2002 Cardigan Bay 19th century Cadw [B2] n.a.
USS Bonhomme Richard? 2002 [A56] 2002 Filey Bay 1779 H.E. [B1] 1000080
Swash Channel Wreck 2004 [A57] 2004 Poole Early 17th century H.E. [B1] 1000082
Holland V 2005 [A58] 2005 Sussex Coast 1912 H.E. [B1] 1000081
West Bay Wreck 2005 [A59] 2005 West Bay 17th/18th century H.E. [B1] 1000083
HMS Resolution? 2006 [A60] 2006 Norman's Bay 1703 H.E. [B1] 1000084
Rooswijk 2007 [A61] 2018 Goodwin Sands 1739 H.E. [B1] 1000085
Wheel Wreck 2007 [A62] 2007 Scillies 19th century H.E. [B1] 1000086
HMS London 2007 [A63] 2012 Thames Estuary 1665 H.E. [B1] 1000088
Goodwins & Downs 8 2012 [A64] 2012 Goodwins and Downs 1650-1750 H.E. [B1] 1401982
Unknown Wreck off Thorness Bay 2013 [A65] 2013 Isle of Wight 19th century H.E. [B1] 1402103
HMS Association 2014 [A66] 2014 Isles of Scilly 1707 H.E. [B1] 1419276
HMS A3 2016 [A67] 2016 Portland Bill 1912 H.E. [B1] 1422537
SM U-8 2016 [A68] 2016 Folkestone 1915 H.E. [B1] 1430265
Holigost 2016 [A69] 2016 River Hamble 1422 H.E. [B1] 1000061
HMT Arfon 2016 [A70] 2016 St Alban's Head, Dorset 1917 H.E. [B1] 1432595
Chesil Beach cannon 2017 [A71] 2017 Chesil Beach 17th/18th century H.E. [B1] 1433972
UC-70 2017 [A72] 2017 Whitby 1918 H.E. [B1] 1446103
Eastbourne wreck site 2019 [A73] 2019 Eastbourne 17th century? H.E. [B1] 1464317

De-designations (Section 1)Edit

Name Designated [A] Revoked [A] Location Year wrecked Authority [B]
Rhinns of Islay Wreck 1976 [A12] revoked 1984 [A12] Islay 18th/19th century H.E.S. [B3]
Brighton Marina Wreck 1983 [A28] revoked 2017 [A28] Brighton 16th century H.E. [B1]

List of designations under section 2 of the Protection of Wrecks Act (1973)Edit

Section 2 of the Act designates wrecks categorised as dangerous.

Name Designated [D] Location Year wrecked Authority [B]
First Current
SS Richard Montgomery 1973 [D1] 1973 Thames Estuary 1944 MCA [B5]
SS Castilian 1997 [D3] 1997 Anglesey 1943 MCA [B5]

De-designations (Section 2)Edit

Name Designated [D] Revoked [D] Location Year wrecked Authority [B]
MV Braer 1993 [D2] revoked 1994 [D2] Shetland Islands 1993 MCA [B5]

Notes and referencesEdit

Notes on Section 1 designationsEdit

A References are to the designation order and explanatory note. All statutory instruments since 1987 are available on-line from the Office of Public Sector Information. A concatenation of designation orders including those made between 1973 and 1987 is available on the UNESCO law database site[5]
A1 Cattewater: first wrecksite to be designated on 5 September 1973
A2 Mary Rose: designated 5 February 1974
A3 Grace Dieu: designated 5 February 1974, redesignated 21 July 2016:-
Statutory Instrument 2016 No. 685 Statutory Instrument 2016 no. 685
A4 Amsterdam: designated 5 February 1974
A5 Royal Yacht Mary: designated 5 February 1974
A6 HMS Assurance and HMS Pomone, Needles Wrecksite: first designated 11 April 1974, revised 8 July 1997:-
amended 29 July 1998:-
Statutory Instrument 1998 No. 1650 The Protection of Wrecks (Designation No. 1) Order 1998 (Coming into force 29 July 1998)
A7 HMS Dartmouth: first designated 11 April 1974, the original designation was revoked after excavation and recovery of finds. The site was redesignated on 25 June 1992:-
A8 HMS Anne: first designated 20 June 1974, redesignated 23 March 1992 and 2 Sep 2009:-
Statutory Instrument 1992 No. 347 Statutory Instrument 1992 no. 347
Statutory Instrument 2009 No. 2394 Statutory Instrument 2009 no. 2394
A9 Tearing Ledge: designated 13 March 1975
A10 HMS Colossus: designated 12 May 1975, revoked 1984, after it was believed that all material had been recovered, but note that the stern was discovered later at a different position and has been separately designated (designated site number 53)
A11 Rill Cove Wreck: designated 15 March 1976
A12 Rhinns of Islay: designated 1 June 1976; revoked 1984, after determination that the site is the location of multiple wrecks, and there was no longer any wreck left worth protecting.
A13 South Edinburgh Channel Wreck: designated 27 May 1977
A14 Church Rocks Wreck: designated 12 August 1977
A15 Pwll Fanog Wreck: first designated 14 February 1978, redesignated 19 January 1979
A16 Moor Sands: designated 8 March 1978
A17 Coronation (No 1): The offshore site was designated 31 March 1978
A18 Langdon Bay: designated 26 May 1978
A19 Kennemerland: designated 1 June 1978
A20 Tal-Y-Bont wreck: first designated 12 January 1979, redesignated 28 September 1989:-
A21 Stirling Castle: first designated 6 June 1980. Amended, along with other wrecks on the Goodwin Sands 5 October 2004:-
"Statutory Instrument 2004 No. 2395". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 10 October 2006. Explanatory note to order 2004 No. 2395
A22 Invincible: designated 30 September 1980
A23 Bartholomew Ledges: first designated 3 October 1980. Amended 2006:-
A24 Restoration: first designated, along with other wrecks on the Goodwin Sands, 7 July 1981, amended 8 December 1989
"Statutory Instrument 1989 No. 2089". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 18 October 2006.
amended 5 October 2004:-
"Statutory Instrument 2004 No. 2395". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 10 October 2006. Explanatory note to order 2004 No. 2395
A25 Northumberland: first designated, along with other wrecks on the Goodwin Sands, 7 July 1981 (S.I. 1981/827), amended 8 December 1989
"Statutory Instrument 1989 No. 2089". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 18 October 2006.
amended 5 October 2004:-
"Statutory Instrument 2004 No. 2395". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 10 October 2006. Explanatory note to order 2004 No. 2395
A26 St Anthony: first designated 15 February 1982, amended 21 September 2006:-
A27 Schiedam: designated 15 February 1982
A28 Brighton Marina: designated 18 October 1983, revoked 18 August 2017. The designation was deemed no longer appropriate because recent investigations indicated that the protected area only contained a debris trail from a wreck site outside the protected area, and that the debris trail was no longer present.[6]
Statutory Instrument 1983 No. 1400 Statutory Instrument 1983 no. 1400
Statutory Instrument 2017 No. 773 Statutory Instrument 2017 no. 773
A29 Yarmouth Roads: first designated 11 April 1984, amended 1 January 1985
A30 Studland Bay: first designated 27 November 1984, amended 14 December 1988:-
"Statutory Instrument 1988 No. 2137". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 19 October 2006.
amended 10 August 1998
A31 Admiral Gardner: first designated 3 June 1985, however the designation was challenged on the grounds that it lay outside the UK's 3 mile limit.[7]
Following the extension of the UK's territorial waters to 12 miles, the wrecksite was redesignated 3 January 1990
"Statutory Instrument No. 2295". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 13 February 2007.
and amended 5 October 2004:-
"Statutory Instrument 2004 No. 2395". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 10 October 2006. Explanatory note to order 2004 No. 2395
A32 22 September Hazardous: first designated 1986 amended 18 March 1988 and redesignated 18 August 2017:-
"Statutory Instrument 1988 No. 287". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 19 October 2006.
Statutory Instrument 2017 No. 773 Statutory Instrument 2017 no. 773
A33 Coronation (no. 2): designated 3 January 1989:-
"Statutory Instrument 1988 No. 2138". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 19 October 2006.
A34 : Iona II: first designated 3 January 1990:-
"Statutory Instrument 1989 No. 2294". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 19 October 2006.
amended 7 June 2006:-
"Statutory Instrument 2006 No. 1468". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 10 October 2006. Explanatory note to order 2006 No. 1468
The first attempt at amendment in 2006, Statutory Instrument 2006 No. 1340 was incorrect and revoked
A35 Gull Rock: designated 14 March 1990:-
A36 Wrangles Palais: first designated 18 August 1990:-
"Statutory Instrument 1990 No. 1694". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 19 October 2006.
amended 10 January 1991:-
A37 Erme Estuary: designated 3 May 1991:-
"Statutory Instrument 1991 No. 1110". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 19 October 2006.
A38 Smalls Reef: first designated 5 December 1991:-
amended 9 October 1995:-
"Statutory Instrument 1995 No. 2654". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 19 October 2006.
A39 Duart Point: designated 15 May 1992
A40 Girona: designated 22 April 1993
"Statutory Instrument 1993 No. 976". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 19 October 2006.
A41 Royal Anne Galley: first designated 11 November 1993
amended 7 June 2006
"Statutory Instrument 2006 No. 1470". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 19 October 2006.
The first attempt at amendment in 2006, Statutory Instrument 2006 No. 1342 was incorrect and revoked
A42 Erme Ingot: designated 26 November 1993
A43 Dunwich Bank: first designated 14 July 1994
"Statutory Instrument 1994 No. 1842". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 19 October 2006.
amended 5 October 2004
A44 Resurgam: designated 4 July 1996
"Statutory Instrument 1996 No. 1741". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 19 October 2006.
A45 Hanover: designated 19 July 1997
A46 Seaton Carew: designated 8 August 1997
"Statutory Instrument 1997 No. 1717". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 19 October 2006.
A47 Salcombe Cannon: designated 24 October 1997
A48 HMS A1: first designated 26 November 1998
"Statutory Instrument 1998 No. 2708". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 19 October 2006.
amended 5 October 2004
A49 Burntisland: designated 22 February 1999
"Statutory Instrument 1999 No. 186". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 19 October 2006.
A50 Loe Bar: designated 14 June 1999
A51 Mingary Castle: designated 19 August 2000
"Scottish Statutory Instrument 2000 No. 287". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 19 October 2006.
A52 Kinlochbervie: designated 29 June 2001
A53 Colossus (Stern): designated 4 July 2001, redesignated 18 August 2017, revoked and redesignated 6 September 2017 to amend coordinates
"Statutory Instrument 2001 No. 2403". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 19 October 2006.
Statutory Instrument 2017 No. 773 Statutory Instrument 2017 no. 773
Statutory Instrument 2017 No. 872 Statutory Instrument 2017 no. 872
A54 HMS Campania: designated 1 December 2001
A55 The Diamond: designated 2 April 2002, the first such designation under devolved powers by the National Assembly of Wales
A56 Bonhomme Richard: designated 18 July 2002
"Statutory Instrument 2002 No. 1858". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 19 October 2006.
A57 Swash Channel: designated 10 December 2004
A58 Holland V: designated 4 January 2005
"Statutory Instrument 2004 No. 3249". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 19 October 2006.
A59 West Bay: designated 19 July 2005
A60 Resolution: designated 14 June 2006
"Statutory Instrument 2006 No. 1392". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 19 October 2006.
A61 Rooswijk: designated 18 January 2007, redesignated 23 February 2018
Statutory Instrument 2007 No. 61 Statutory Instrument 2007 no. 61
Statutory Instrument 2018 No. 96 Statutory Instrument 2018 no. 96
A62 Wheel Wreck: designated 5 April 2007
"Statutory Instrument 2007 No. 721". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 26 August 2007.
A63 HMS London: designated 24 October 2008, redesignated 31 July 2012:-
Statutory Instrument 2012 No. 1773 Statutory Instrument 2012 no. 1773
A64 Goodwin and Downs 8: designated 3 August 2012:-
Statutory Instrument 2012 No. 1807 Statutory Instrument 2012 no. 1807
A65 Unknown wooden sailing vessel: designated 31 July 2013:-
Statutory Instrument 2013 No. 1636 Statutory Instrument 2013 no. 1636
A66 Association: designated 21 March 2014:-
Statutory Instrument 2014 No. 753 Statutory Instrument 2014 no. 753
A67 HMS A3: designated 21 July 2016:-
Statutory Instrument 2016 No. 685 Statutory Instrument 2016 no. 685
A68 SM U-8: designated 21 July 2016:-
Statutory Instrument 2016 No. 685 Statutory Instrument 2016 no. 685
A69 Holigost: designated 21 July 2016:-
Statutory Instrument 2016 No. 685 Statutory Instrument 2016 no. 685
A70 HMT Arfon: designated 16 August 2016:-
Statutory Instrument 2016 No. 841 Statutory Instrument 2016 no. 841
A71 Chesil Beach cannon: designated 18 August 2017:-
Statutory Instrument 2017 No. 773 Statutory Instrument 2017 no. 773
A72 UC-70: designated 18 August 2017:-
Statutory Instrument 2017 No. 773 Statutory Instrument 2017 no. 773
A73 Unknown vessel: designated 5 July 2019:-
Statutory Instrument 2019 No. 1068 Statutory Instrument 2019 no. 1068

Notes on Responsible AuthoritiesEdit

B Management of Protected wrecksites designated under section 1 of the Act is devolved to the National Curators of the devolved nations of the United Kingdom. Management of wrecks designated under section 2 is the responsibility of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency
B1 "Protected Wreck Sites" Historic England website. Retrieved 7 October 2020 See also Historic England
B2 "Maritime Wrecks". Cadw website. Archived from the original on 12 June 2007. Retrieved 6 October 2006. See also Cadw
B3 See Historic Environment Scotland, formerly Historic Scotland
B4 See Environment and Heritage Service (of Northern Ireland)
B5 "Protected Wrecks in the UK". Maritime and Coastguard Agency website. Retrieved 29 October 2006. See also Maritime and Coastguard Agency

Notes on identification of wrecksites and datingEdit

C1 HMS Assurance: the Advisory Committee on Historic Wreck[8] originally identified the sinking as 1738, however investigation by a former licensee[9] into historic records dated the loss as 1753, and this is shown as the date of sinking in the site summary of the wrecksite in Appendix A(ii) of the latest report,[10] although Appendix A(iii), The list of current designated sites, still shows the date as 1738.
C2 Tearing Ledge The wreck is believed to be the Romney, one of four ships lost on 22 October 1707[7]
C3 Rill Cove Wreck: the identity of the wreck has not been determined. The tentative date of 1616 is based on the dates of artefacts recovered.[7]
C4 Coronation: the wreck of the Coronation is thought to be split into two sites - the Kennemerland also split into two sites when wrecked. The identity of the offshore site (site 17) was confirmed by finding a plate inscribed with the family crest of the Captain. The identity of the inshore site (site 33) is more controversial. Royal Naval Guns found on the inshore site are consistent with a first or second rate ship of the line of the correct period and there is no other record of a ship of her size foundering in the area.[10]
C5 Barthomolew Ledges: it is possible that the wreck is that of the Spanish vessel, San Bartholome which was wrecked in 1597, although this vessel is not recorded as being lost in the Isles of Scilly.[7] The wreck is late 16th century and was carrying lead ingots of a Spanish type. Six recovered coins date between 1474 and 1555, hence dating the wreck after 1555.[10]
C6 The Diamond: the wreck is of an early type of composite hull and was initially thought to be the Diamond. The current licensee has identified several anomalies in this identification, including that the wreck appears to be longer than the Diamond; there are discrepancies between samples of materials recovered from the wreck and those listed as being used in the construction of the Diamond, and artefacts patented after the date of sinking have been recovered.[10]

Notes on Section 2 designationsEdit

D References are to the designation order and explanatory note, where available (since 1987) on-line from the Office of Public Sector Information
D1 Richard Montgomery: designated 31 October 1973, because of the presence of a large amount of munitions
"SS Richard Montgomery". Maritime and Coastguard Website. Retrieved 29 October 2006.
D2 MV Braer (oil tanker): designated 8 February 1993 because of the presence of a significant amount of oil.
revoked 7 October 1994
"Statutory Instrument 1994 No. 2372". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 29 October 2006.
D3 Castilian: designated 13 August 1997
"Statutory Instrument 1997 No. 1976". Office of Public Sector Information. Retrieved 29 October 2006.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Protected Wrecks in the UK". Maritime and Coastguard Agency website. Archived from the original on 3 September 2006. Retrieved 6 October 2006.
  2. ^ "Map of Designated Sites in the UK". English Heritage website. Retrieved 1 June 2011.
  3. ^ "John Penrose praises National Heritage List for England". Retrieved 1 June 2011.
  4. ^ "National Heritage List for England". Archived from the original on 1 May 2012. Retrieved 1 June 2011.
  5. ^ "Protection of Wreck Designation Orders between 1973 and 2005" (PDF). UNESCO Law Database. Retrieved 11 November 2008.
  6. ^ "Pastscape - Detailed Result: BRIGHTON MARINA". www.pastscape.org.uk. Retrieved 8 October 2020.
  7. ^ a b c d Fenwick, Valerie; Alison Gale (1998). Historic Shipwrecks: Discovered, Protected & Investigated. Tempus Publishing. ISBN 0-7524-1473-9.
  8. ^ "Advisory Committee on Historic Wreck Annual Report 1999-2000" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 6 March 2008. Retrieved 6 October 2006.
  9. ^ Bingeman, John. "Historic Wreck Sites of the Solent" (PDF). 10th Annual Public Lecture of the Hampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology. Archived from the original (PDF) on 14 October 2006. Retrieved 6 October 2006.
  10. ^ a b c d "Advisory Committee on Historic Wreck Annual Report 2005" (PDF). Retrieved 6 October 2006.

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