The ship in question was found at a depth of 85 metres and has only sustained minimal damage.
A statement from Badewanne said: “There is only slight damage from a pelagic trawl.
“The trawl seems to have swept her from bow towards the aft, dislocating the stem, damaging the poop deck and the topmost part of the typical Fluit transom somewhat.
“Apart from these damages, the wreck is intact, holds are full, and all side planking is firmly in place.”
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