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In 2019 the Dutch Cultural Heritage Agency conducted an archaeological reconnaissance on several wrecks in the Waddenzee. On the location of TS 56, the maritime archaeologists found the remains of a wooden ship which had several interesting shipbuilding details preserved. Dendrochronological examination of the wood and the typology of the artefacts found, indicate that it was probably a Dutch merchant or fisherman from the end of the 16th century. The remains were in a reasonable good condition, but the wreck was damaged by trawling: the board and keel have been displaced. Due to the shallowness of the site (the wash of the waves) and the bad visibility (at best 2 m, more often 0.5 m) the recording of the site with photogrammetry proved to be challenging. This model was made in collaboration with Thomas van Damme (@Ubi3D).