Wadden Sea is a part of the North Sea. It features mud flats (Wad really means ‘mud flat’ in Dutch). Ships can get caught on those in low tide. That’s exactly what seems to have happened here! There are a few more ships around, so take your time to look around!

Name:  Mud Flat Shipwrecks

Lat, Long: 53.837770, 8.356558

Location:  Wadden Sea, Germany

Mud Flat Shipwrecks, Wadden Sea, Germany
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