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Dalarö: Marine Archeological Wreck Park

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The Baltic Sea offers some very treacherous waters even under the best of circumstances. The price to pay for sailing the Baltic through the millenniums has been high, and traces of those costs are scattered over the bottom.

Civil War-era warship poised to become underwater archaeological preserve

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The USS Narcissus which sank near Egmont Key in 1866 during a winter storm is slated to become Florida's 12th underwater archaeological preserve.

Richard Lundgren: The Man From Mars

X-Ray Magazine article |  
You could say that Richard Lundgren’s destiny was cast when his parents took the precocious, then eight-year-old Swedish schoolboy to visit the Vasa Museum in Stockholm.
59 - Mar 2014 | Richard Lundgren Profile

Mars the Magnificent: 16th Century Swedish Warship

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The Swedish warship Mars, otherwise known as Makalös (peerless), sank in a sea battle during the Northern Seven Years War in 1564.
59 - Mar 2014 | Mars the Magnificent

Hungarian WW1 battleship to be explored

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Hungarian frogmen to map the wreck of SMS Franz Joseph I, a WW1 battle cruiser of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy which rest in the Adriatic sea

No Secret for Victoria!

X-Ray Magazine article |  
What does a fish exporter from Norway, a Chief Information Officer and diving instructor living in the Netherlands, a renowned lawyer based in Cyprus, a Project Manager working in Sweden, and an expat French Technical Diving Instructor have in common?
26 - Oct 2008 | No Secret for Victoria!


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World-class diving in a challenging environment.
36 - May 2010 | Diving in Sweden

Expedition to the HMS Victoria - sponsors wanted

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ESSR (European Society for Shipwreck Research) is planning an expedition to the wreck of the HMS Victoria, sunk off the coast of Lebanon in 1893. HMS Victoria was part of "Her Majesty's Mediterranean Fleet," a fleet of 11 ships led by Vice Admiral Sir George Tryon. More information about the ship, the history and circumstances of the loss of it can be found in the appendix.

UNESCO wants to preserve wreck of the British warship HMS Victory

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UNESCO has called for measures to preserve the HMS Victory, British man-of-war that sank in the English Channel in 1744, following its discovery by a commercial deep-sea exploration company. UNESCO stressed the need to safeguard such a historically significant find, in light of its Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage, which entered into force this January.

HMS Victoria in Lebanon

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Complete version on the video about the wreck of the HMS Victoria in Lebanon

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