Down on 9 December
On this day in history the following ships were wrecked:
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.
An overview of sites that are linked to the project 'Dutch Presence in Cuban Waters', a Dutch-Cuban collaboration in the field of underwater cultural heritage management.
An overview of ships that sank during World War II.
An overview of ships that sank during World War I.
According to the SAHRA MUCH database, there were 91 losses of Dutch ships in South African waters between 1644, when the Mauritius Eiland was wrecked in Table Bay, and 1890 when the barque Hollandia.