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Battle of Jutland


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The Project "Battle of Jutland" is by far the most ambitious project ever undertaken by No Limits Diving. The project is the first of its kind in Europe and is demanding and challenging to equipment, people and divers.
The primary objective is to locate and explore the 25 wrecks from the largest battle at sea - the Battle of Jutland - which took place during the 31st May to 1st June 1916. 12 wrecks has now been located and identified.
About 250 ships participated in the battle, where 25 ships were damaged beyond recognition or literally blown to pieces. The result in both cases caused the sinking of the ships and today the wrecks of the many German and British ships still lies on the bottom of the North Sea.
They have been lying totally undisturbed since 1916, and today they present an incredibly interesting site for historical interested divers.
As the North Sea is a large and very difficult area to operate in, the entire project is facing a big challenge with many years of exploration waiting ahead of us.
The project is planned to run for many years to come and will not be finished before every single wreck has been located, surveyed and explored.
On the following pages you can read more about the project, get information on the Battle of Jutland and study the detailed information on each expedition to the battle site.
You are hereby invited to join an expedition to the world’s largest naval battle - welcome to the Project "Battle of Jutland".

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