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In Dalarö harbour, close to Stockholm, lies the wreck of the flute ship Anna Maria on 21 meters depth. A flute was a Dutch type of merchant ship who could take a heavy cargo. The ship was built in 1694 and named after the wife of one of the co-owners. It has had an interesting story, and at one point it survived a pirate attack in the mediterranean. During the winter of 1708-1709 Anna Maria was ice-locked in Dalarö. A small crew was left to watch her. One night they lit a fire in in the galley, forgot about it and went to the local pub. As they sat there, they suddenly could hear shouts from the harbor – Anna Maria was on fire! The galley fire had relit and spread to the stern. Most of the ship stern burned down to the waterline, the ship took on water and sank through the ice with a sizzling sound. Parts of the ship were destroyed in the fire, but there is still much left of its 38 meter long and 8 meter wide hull, and of its cargo consisting of mainly pine planks. #Baltacar#CentralBaltic#EuropeForCulture