Stirling Castle Archive Assessment

Maritime Archaeology Trust
The Stirling Castle was a 70-gun 3rd-rate ship-of-the-line, built in Deptford in 1679, rebuilt at Chatham in 1699 and lost on the Goodwin Sands during the Great Storm of 1703. The ship is highly significant from an historical perspective because it was launched as part of the Thirty Ships building programme overseen by Samuel Pepys and Charles II. Following the discovery of the site in 1979 it has been subject to continued archaeological activity and...
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