Visit a The wreck of the Maria Schröder lies atop the reef approximately 100-meters offshore from what is now the Nabq State Park. Most of the ship is still above water with a debris trail located on the starboard side of ship which leads down to a depth of about 24 meters. At the base of the wreck in the surrounding coral there is a wide variety of aquatic life to be seen. The site is popular with bird-watchers and snorkelers and is on the tour route for local tourist agencies.

Visit a The wreck of the Maria Schröder lies atop the reef approximately 100-meters offshore from what is now the Nabq State Park. Most of the ship is still above water with a debris trail located on the starboard side of ship which leads down to a depth of about 24 meters. At the base of the wreck in the surrounding coral there is a wide variety of aquatic life to be seen. The site is popular with bird-watchers and snorkelers and is on the tour route for local tourist agencies.

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Stock photo: Visit a The wreck of the Maria Schröder lies atop the reef approximately 100-meters offshore from what is now the Nabq State Park. Most of the ship is still above water with a debris trail located on the starboard side of ship which leads down to a depth of about 24 meters. At the base of the wreck in the surrounding coral there is a wide variety of aquatic life to be seen. The site is popular with bird-watchers and snorkelers and is on the tour route for local tourist agencies. was taken by alenka86d on 18-05-2009 with OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP. model u850SW,S850SW . White balance settings: 0.