The Radbod was a 4354gt German steamship built in England in1910. She measured 115x15x8 metres and had triple expansion engines. She was attacked and sunk by British aircraft in December 1944.
She lies upright and intact with 27m of water over the bow, and the stern in a reported 80m. She still looks much like her photograph. Although there is extensive blast damage to the front of the bridge, just behind are portholes with glass in. The depth at the rear of the accommodation is about 50m. Wolf fish were seen on this wreck.
A second ship was sunk in the same attack, and lies nearby on her port side in 60-75m. The Albert Janus was a 2275gt 90x13x5 metre steamship, built in Holland in 1916. She was extensively damaged by fire before sinking.