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Less Than 1 Percent of the World's Shipwrecks Have Been Explored

NewsThe ocean floor is littered with millions of shipwrecks, but we only know the locations of a small fraction, and we've explored only a small fraction of those. Will the treasures of these sunken ships ever be hauled up from the deep?​​

France Aimee

WrecksSank April 3rd, 1918,
French steel cargo ship FRANCE AIMEE,
owned at the time of her loss by Soc. d'importation du Nord et de l'est, on voyage from Barry to Rouen with a cargo of coal,
sank after a collision with HMS P-35.
Depth 13Mtrs

The remarkable archaeological underwater discovery

NewsThe remarkable archaeological underwater discovery that could open up a new chapter in the study of European and British prehistory

Thorness Bay Wreck

WrecksFirst Dive on Thorness Wreck

First Dive

NewsWell done

Protected Wreck site license

NewsLicense application approved ( see downloads folder for Approval Letter)

Application for license to dive wreck in Thorness Bay

NewsEnglish Heritage latest report Please see web links for info

Wreck appreciation course

NewsWreck appreciation course for our members

Albion II

WrecksWreck of the HMS Albion II

Another OWI

Another OWIWe have another OWI


SpyrosWreck of the Spyros
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