Millership, V. and Satchell, J., (2010). Solent Marine Heritage Assets: Yarmouth Roads Report. Hampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology.

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Solent Marine Heritage Assets: Yarmouth Roads Report
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Hampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology unpublished report series
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hampshir2-102765_2.pdf (4 MB) : Download
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1022924
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Report (in Series)
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Defining, Investigating, monitoring and reporting 2008-2011 The Solent has long been recognised for the importance of its marine heritage. The diversity and density of sites makes it one of the most high potential marine areas of England. The marine resources, sheltered anchorages and landing places which have drawn human populations to the area for millennia are also responsible for the modern prosperity of the region. Density of shoreside settlement and industry in addition to one of the busiest marine areas in the UK mean that the marine heritage resource is also under pressure. These factors helped prompt the establishment of the HWTMA which has responded through a research led fieldwork programme, a wide range of dissemination initiatives and input into regional management through coastal fora and groups. The HWTMA are well placed to respond on a regional basis to sites and finds which require investigation and monitoring whether these are underwater or are in the intertidal zone. However, the organisation's capacity to undertake such work is dependant on available resources. This project has provided funding to enable the HWTMA to work together with English Heritage to target work on marine heritage assets to enable more effective regional management and also provide a possible model for cost-effective support for developing national structures. The project has allowed the flexible targeting of site investigation, monitoring and reporting. It has supported: Work on Solent Designated Historic Wreck Sites Investigation and monitoring on non-designated wreck sites
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V Millership
J Satchell
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Hampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
English Heritage (OASIS Reviewer)
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2010
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Site: Various
Parish: MARITIME (BELOW MLWS)
District: MARITIME (BELOW MLWS)
County: ISLE OF WIGHT
Country: England
Grid Reference: 614430, 98160 (Easting, Northing)
Grid Reference: 660110, 89400 (Easting, Northing)
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Find: N/A Uncertain
Monus: Destroyer 20th Century
Monus: Warship Post Medieval
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OASIS Id: hampshir2-102765
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This 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.
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25 Nov 2016
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