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SCAPA. ALL WORK AND NO PLAY

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  • Richard Latham
    Posted at 05:20h, 07 October Reply

    Lovely day for A CHANGE

  • Gareth Jones
    Posted at 23:04h, 07 October Reply

    You have fantastic weather up their Nick!!

  • Nicholas Jellicoe
    Posted at 23:07h, 07 October Reply

    Sunday almost seemed like a dream. Too good to be true. Absolutely beautiful looking across at the Hoxa channel at Flotta where the Fleet golf course used to be. Yesterday was driving rain. Good Orkney weather.

  • John Latham
    Posted at 20:04h, 08 October Reply

    Nick, How many ships were scuttled in Scapa Flow and what percentage of the German Fleet did this represent?

  • Nicholas Jellicoe
    Posted at 21:42h, 08 October Reply

    John, 52 of 72 interned ships were scuttled. This included 16 capital ships, 4 light cruisers and 32 destroyers. Still in the flow are three battleships – König, Markgraf and Kronprinz plus Dresden, Köln, Brummer and Karlsruhe. Most of the battleships lie between 38-45 metres down so quite difficult to dive on. Köln is fairly accessible. Sorry, the calculation of what this represents is a bit beyond me at this point.

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