Eighty nine crew were aboard HMS Pheasant when she was lost on 1st of March 1917.
HMS Pheasant (1917): The Making of a Documentary
The Orkney News intends to make a documentary film telling the individual stories of those who died, what impact their loss had on their friends and families and why it is important that their sacrifice is remembered today.
Marking “a significant milestone for marine archaeological heritage in Scapa Flow”
Archaeology Results Published Online
Surveying Orkney’s Marine Archaeology
“This is an important marine archaeology project surveying what remains of the German High Seas Fleet warships that were salvaged from Scapa Flow in the inter war period.”
Outstanding Collaborative Work Locates Pinnace of HMS Royal Oak
The location of this little ship was not known – until last month when the Shiptime Maritime Archaeology Project pinpointed the shipwreck on multibeam sonar, 300 metres from the main wreck site
Discovering the Last Resting Place of HMS Pheasant (1917)
Eighty nine crew were aboard HMS Pheasant when she was lost. Only one body was recovered
Marine Archaeologists on the Sunken German High Seas Fleet
“Today the remains of these ships and their associated salvage lie on the seabed, continuing to tell the story of the High Seas Fleet in Scapa Flow”