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Wreck "Little steamboat"

(former sea barge)

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First investigation
Wreck is in an upright position with bow pointing E, mast broken and lying on ship’s port side. Foreship completely destroyed. Wreckage scattered on the seabed. Shallowest depth above the stern 12 m.
Wreck "Little steamboat" 1954


2 years and 10 months later
Wreck is in an upright position with bow pointing SSE – NNW. Stem SSE. Wreck broken in two midships, two boilers and engine stand free, Ship’s side missing. Shallowest depth above the stern 12 m, above the stem 10,8 m.
Wreck "Little steamboat" 1957


another 4 years and 2 months later
It may be the wreck of the"Wyborg". The wreck lists about 10° to starboard and has fallen disintegrated completely. The shallowest depth of 10 m is now measured above a steam anchor winch.
Wreck "Little steamboat" 1961


another 14 months later
The wreck is a small steamship with two hatches. The engine lies astern. Hatch two and the aftship have disintegrated completely. The wreck lists about 10°, with its stem ESE, stern WNW. The shallowest depth of 10.1 m is measured above the anchor capstan.
Wreck "Little steamboat" 1962


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