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From the MCA website -

The seven remaining wrecks of the German High Seas Fleet, scuttled at Scapa Flow, Orkney on 21st June 1919 have been protected as maritime Scheduled Ancient Monuments, as have the remains of eight Fifie sailing fishing vessels giving a snapshot of boats engaged in the Scottish fishing industry at the turn of the 20th Century. A further scheduled wreck is the LOUISA, a rare example of a large seagoing merchant vessel of the mid 19th century, demonstrating the transition from timber to iron in ship construction.

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That is old news they have been scheduled wrecks for a couple of years now. It doesnt stop the divers removing stuff from them though.
 

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That is old news they have been scheduled wrecks for a couple of years now. It doesnt stop the divers removing stuff from them though.
PROTECTED WRECK'S?

Todays divers are scrupeless and don't have a minor thought of what are all these bones are? Respect? What is the meaning of that word? It is getting time to start a new World War so these dumm children of nothing knowing people can learn what it is to shut or bombed or whatever without any help from outside! (Cloud)

PROTECTED? Never! We all are Anarchists and we say that nothing is Protected! We are the world and we will say what is protected! Todays mentality! So time for the Third World War! It is closer than we think! But it is getting time! (MAD)
 

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Blimey Henk..!

Third World War..? Starting off Scapa Flow....? Come on down off whatever you're on man..!!!

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