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1 - North Foreland to Greenwich Meridian

 Name  Latitude        Longitude        Depth  Details
 Alaunia  50 41.050 N  000 27.280 E  36 No 022 in Divernet Top 100 Dives
 Ashford  50 39.000 N  000 07.800 E  39 Sitting upright on the seabed.
 Barn Hill  50 47.380 N  000 20.330 E  04 No 099 in Divernet Top 100 Dives
 Celtic  50 43.600 N  000 04.050 E  
 City of Brisbane  50 44.500 N  000 00.700 E  20 Stern broken up but rest of wreck fairly complete
 Clan McMillan  50 43.560 N  000 00.743 E  
 Clodmoor  50 43.400 N  000 00.700 E  20 Bow section stands proud but much of the midships section is buried under the sand. Large propeller suspended in mid-water, much the same as Clan McMillan
 Lalen Menoi  50 40.390 N  000 17.803 E  
 Lancer II  50 44.100 N  000 01.100 E  21 Very broken up, long scour to east
 Mira  50 41.100 N  000 08.000 E  30 Superstructure gone but hull recognisable, sits on her beams, 345 ft long
 Nyon  50 38.000 N  000 12.300 E  43 Well broken, cargo cars and steel
 Oceana  50 42.310 N  000 25.750 E  22 No 065 in Divernet Top 100 Dives
 Pomerania  50 02.720 N  001 18.800 E  25 No 068 in Divernet Top 100 Dives
 Seaford Rock  50 45.300 N  000 06.800 E  
 Seven Seas  50 38.910 N  000 15 470 E  
 TR Thompson  50 40.100 N  000 05.600 E  30 No 052 in Divernet Top 100 Dives
 Unknown  50 39.580 N  000 12.830 E  
 Unknown  50 36.770 N  000 18.690 E  
 Unknown  50 37.595 N  000 18.414 E  
 Vasco  50 39.500 N  000 02.000 E  33 Locally known as SOUTH WRECK, sits atop a deep scour, 3 big holds and a deckhouse aft, bell recovered in 1990

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