Scattered remains of a 16th century ship
Nijmegen († 1697, 326 years ago)Bilbao coast reef, Spain
Drenthe († 1784, 239 years ago)Bij Menorca, Spain
Van Lansberge († 1942, 81 years ago)Java zee,, 30 miles south of Sulawesi, Indonesia
ArendskerkGolf van Biskaje
BurgerdijkBishop Rock, Scilly islands, United Kingdom
SchrikverwekkerPulau Panggang, Indonesia
Kanonneerboot nr. 2Oosterweel, Belgium
Wassenaar Zr. Ms.Buitenbank, Bergen aan Zee, Netherlands
BruinvisSugut bay, Philippines
RuiterWoolwich, United Kingdom
The Zuiderzee played an important role in the economy of the Low Countries since reaching its largest size in the Late Middle Ages.
In the Wadden Sea lies the national monument Burgzand Noord, a location where sixteen historic shipwrecks from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries have been preserved.
In the '13 Provinces' project, volunteers and students uncover the extensive and varied maritime history of the Netherlands through local research.