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Millership, V., Satchell, J. (2010) Solent Marine Heritage Assets: Yarmouth Roads Report. National Oceanography Centre, Southampton: Hampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology https://doi.org/10.5284/1022924

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Document Details

TitleSolent Marine Heritage Assets: Yarmouth Roads Report
AuthorsMillership, V., Satchell, J.
ProducerHampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology
Place of productionNational Oceanography Centre, Southampton

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Site details

Location
Site nameVarious
ParishMARITIME (BELOW MLWS)
DistrictMARITIME (BELOW MLWS)
CountyISLE OF WIGHT
CountryENGLAND
Grid reference TW 1443 9816 (point) TW 6011 8940 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
DESTROYERMODERN
WARSHIPPOST MEDIEVAL
N/ANONE
 

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DescriptionThis report focuses on the site monitoring which was undertaken on the Yarmouth Roads protected wreck on 29th June 2009, in accordance with a Brief drafted by EH and agreed by the HWTMA. The site is located at a 50m radius from the point 50° 42. 31’ North, 01° 29. 597’ West (WGS84). The site is the wreck of a late 16th or early 17th century merchant carrack, possibly of Spanish origin. It may be the Santa Lucia, lost in 1567.
Associated identifier hampshir2-102765