This recording tells the story of the Goodwin Sands SOS campaign to prevent the rapacious mining of the Goodwin Sands and identifies what we consider to be the failings in the marine licensing process. It is taken from our presentation to the International Maritime & Shipwreck Society conference in Plymouth in February 2019.
This video of a possible WWII bomber found on the Goodwin Sands in 2018 highlights how geophysical surveys cannot reliably detect crashed military aircraft. This plane was described as a ‘seafloor disturbance’. There are 29 similar targets in the dredge zone and no one knows what they are.