The Scotsman is reporting that a treasure trove of unregistered shipwrecks has been discovered during a navigational mapping survey of the Scottish seabed.
Marine science students, led by lecturer Dr John Howe, made the find while scanning the seabed between Oban and the island of Jura.
Dr Howe, from the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS) in Oban, said 13 previously unregistered wrecks have been uncovered.
He said: “We found two flying boats, between Oban and Mull. We think it’s a Sunderland and a Catalina.
“The others are smallish, presumably Second World War or turn of the century coasters and fishing vessels.”