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Ship wreckage lying on its side, covered with sand. The wreck lies in a minor depression in the seabed, in 11.8 m of water. The shallowest depth of 9 m is measured above a davit.
2 years and 6 months later
Wreck completely disintegrated, buried in sand. Part of the ship’s side sticks out of the seabed, the shallowest depth above it is 8 m.
another 10 years and 2 months later
Wreck positioned in E-W direction, completely disintegrated. The shallowest depth of 5.9 m is measured above the steam engine located to the east.