Video on NBCNews.com: The wreck of the MaryRose lay on the seabed for 5 centuries and was first brought to daylight thirty years ago. Today after a remarkable restoration - Henry VIII's flagship has been put on full display. ITV’s Ben Chapman reports.
16.05.2012 [RedOrbit] - Similar problems have previously been reported for the Dutch vessel Batavia in Australia, which was lost in 1629, and for Henry VIII's flagship MaryRose in the UK, which sank off Portsmouth in 1545. “Our work on the Vasa and the MaryRose has given us
11.05.2012 [Deccan Herald] - Almost four centuries earlier, on July 19, 1545, another 'unsinkable' ship sank off the coast of England: MaryRose was Henry VIII's (he of the six wives) favourite, state-of-the-art, fully armed and loaded warship – a veteran of 33 years of fierce sea
23.04.2012 [The Guardian] - Meanwhile, the MaryRose Museum is due to open in Portsmouth next year; this is dedicated to Henry VIII's flagship, raised from the Solent in 1982, having sunk nearly half a millennium earlier. The Cutty Sark's prolonged overhaul took on a different
Previously unseen artefacts recovered from Henry VIII’s flagship have been revealed by the MaryRose Trust to launch its first ever public appeal to help fund an ambitious new £35 million museum project...