The F54.3 De Jonge Seerp (W-27) wreck constitutes the remains of the Frisian „kuff” which sank in the Gulf of Gdańsk in 1791. The site covers the area of more than 2000 m2 and includes the bottom part of the ship’s structure and the so-called concentration 1 located ca. 40 meters to the south-east, con...

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The F53.22 wreck includes parts of starboard side from the turn of 15th century. The fragment of ship’s side is over 20 meters long in, and is clinker-laid, where the staves of planking overlapped one another and were fastened with iron rivets. The ship’s side also includes timbers, panelling staves, shee...

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The F53.3 (W-25) wreck constitutes the remains of a 3-mast sailing ship made of oak wood, of over 29 meters in length and 9 meters in width. The estimated capacity (deadweight) of the vessel totals at least 150 lasts (300 tons). The shape of the wreck differs from the most frequently observed underwater arc...

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The F53.9 wreck constitutes the remains of flat-bottomed barge (lighter) used for coastal shipping, and communication and reloading of goods between the port and ships in the roadstead. In the vertical projection the wreck can be seen as flat wooden structure of spindle-like shape consisting of oak staves of...

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The F53.25 wreck constitutes the remains of the bottom part of sailing ship preserved as 8-meter oak keel, pine and oak floor timbers, 9-cm-thick pine staves of planking and damaged, massive, multi-element keelson of over 8 meters in length with characteristic mast seat in the form of two rectangular opening...

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The F53.13 wreck constitutes the remains of bottom part of wooden sailing ship. The staves of planking, up to 7 cm thick, laid edge-to-edge were recognized, as well as densely mounted floor timbers and parts of 6-cm-thick staves of formwork. The wreck comprises neither the keel nor the keelson which were torn...

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The F53.6 SOLEN (W-6) wreck constitutes the remains of a Swedish ship “Solen” (the Sun) which sank on 28 November 1627 during the Battle of Oliwa. She was a galleon of over 30 meters in length, with a deadweight of ca 150 lasts, built with employment of a carvel technique (staves of planking fastened edge...

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The F53.31 ROCK WRECK constitutes the remains of a small sailing vessel with a transom stern, of a dozen or so meters in length, clinker-built after 1831. The ship was built from oak wood from Gdańsk Pomerania. The ship sank near Gdynia Redłowo, 2.5km from the shore with a cargo of stones (rocks) of less th...

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The F53.14 HARBOUR WRECK constitutes the remains of a large sailing vessel, at least 30 meters in length, built from oak wood. The estimated capacity (deadweight) of the vessel totals at least 150 lasts (300 tonnes). Most probably, the vessel was built in the first decade of the 19th century, certainly after ...

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The F53.30 Glass wreck constitutes the remains of the 17th century merchant ship constructed of oak wood under carvel technique – staves of planking were laid edge-to-edge. The site covers the area of 200 m2 - 25 meters in length and over 7 meters in width. Mainly the bottom part of the structure survived. ...

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The F53.4 LORELEY (W-23) wreck constitutes the remains of a merchant ship of a barque type, built in Rostock in 1863. The ship sailed under the German flag, and Rostock was her home port. Loreley was built from oak, an underwater section of the hull was additionally zinc-plated which served as protection of ...

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The F53.27 PORCELAIN WRECK (W-2) constitutes the remains of a 20-meter long sailing vessel, built in the first half of the 19th century from spruce and pine wood, which presumably came from the area of Gotland. The wreck consists of wooden structural elements, such as the remains of the ship's sides and ...

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The F53.5 (W-21) wreck constitutes the remains of a sailing ship, most probably a warship built from oak with employment of a carvel technique (staves of planking fastened edge to edge). A bottom part of the midship area was preserved in the shape of a keelson with a mast step, side beam reinforcements in the...

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