The recently published Heritage at Risk Register reveals four of the 52 protected wreck sites around England's coast are under threat
The pinnace of the Royal Navy battleship, HMS Royal Oak, had lain undiscovered in Scapa Flow in the Orkney Islands for nearly 80 years
A shipwreck containing 15 cast iron English cannons off Chesil Beach, Dorset and a First World War U-boat off Whitby, North Yorkshire have been granted protection.
A man has been found guilty of marine licensing offences after unlawfully taking tin ingots worth more than £50,000 from a shipwreck off the coast of Cornwall.
Historic England is taking steps to protect and investigate a shipwreck in Hampshire that is believed to be the second of four 'great ships' built for Henry V's royal fleet.