Photo Gallery: Germany's Rich Legacy of Shipwrecks
10/17/2012
The Society of Maritime Archaeology, a group of archaeologists and divers, put...
Martin Siegel

The Society of Maritime Archaeology, a group of archaeologists and divers, put up the first sign last week next to a 100-year-old tugboat that was located just three years ago at a depth of nine meters. It is believed to have been sunk during or shortly after World War II. The wreck has been damaged by divers since it was found.