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Millership, V., Satchell, J. (2011) Solent Marine Heritage Assets: HMS Velox Report. National Oceanography Centre, Southampton: Hampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology https://doi.org/10.5284/1022925

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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 details the site survey which was undertaken on the HMS Velox wreck on 5th and 9th July 2010. The site is located one and a half miles to the East of Bembridge, Isle of Wight. HMS Velox was a British Destroyer sunk by a mine on the 25th October 1915. The vessel is significant within the development of ship propulsion as one of the earliest examples of the use of turbines.
Associated identifier hampshir2-102765