Nothing definite is known about the wreck besides that it was sunk during the Second World War and belonged to the Dutch. This 60-meter-long wreck lies at a depth of 24 to 40 meters. Decades of submerging underwater have created the ideal home for critters like pipefish and nudibranchs due to hard and soft corals and sponges that thrive along the wreck.
A group of batfish, butterflyfish, angelfish, barracudas, and giant pufferfish is part of this incredible marine ecosystem in Bunaken and Siladen. Meanwhile, pelagic fish like eagle rays and reef sharks (whitetip and blacktip) are also frequently spotted.