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  • 296 pages including 16 page colour section
  • Details of 176 wrecks, all researched by the author
  • Precise positions for 127 wrecks, 14 close positions, 25 unknown and 5 not disclosed
  • Covers wrecks between 1° and 2° west and as far south as the mid-Channel traffic separation zone (but excludes inshore wrecks south east of the Isle of Wight)
  • Nearly all wrecks described have been dived on by the author
  • Descriptions of how each wreck was identified
  • Full details of circumstances of loss
  • Wrecks listed in date order of loss
  • Description of depth, height, orientation, condition and nature of seabed
  • 125 black & white photographs, many previously unpublished
  • 8 line drawings
  • 68 colour photographs of recovered artefacts
  • Steamers – tramps, general cargo ships & coasters, motor vessels, submarines, trawlers, drifters, large sailing ships covered 1870-1979
  • Book size:  paperback 245mm x 190mm x 20mm, hardback 252mm x 194mm x 25mm (not far short of A4 size)
  • A superbly laid out, well illustrated book of very good quality
  • Excellent value for money
  • Limited edition hardback with bookmarker at £35 each, the remainder in quality softback at £25 each

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68 colour photographs of recovered artefacts

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