Cable wreck

Dutch style vessel that probably sunk in 1647 or 1648. Blue printed tiles have been found on board that a tile experts at a Dutch museum have dated to some time around the mid 1600’s.

Among other things she carried barley. She was built of oak and was a one masted ship. The length of the wreck is 18.4m and width 4.9m.

The name “Cable Wreck” was coined due to the wreck being discovered during the lowering of a cable near the Hauensuoli island. The electrical cable is no longer used but it is still laying on top of the wreck.

Underwater guidelines take you to the wreck. Max depth 18m.

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