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For over five centuries, the English Channel's easatern approaches have been the busiest stretch of sea in the world. The route from London and the ports of nothern europe has seen more shipwrecks than almost any other part of the coastline and the area is well known for its shifting sands, narrow sea lanes and rapidly changing weather patterns. From the Goodwin Sands to the offshore hazards of northern France and Belgium, these sandbanks have caused many a ship to founder.
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