Interesting and quite eerie to see a shipwreck so close to shore. Great photo opportunity. The hawkers which other reviewers mentioned were really not a problem. They are just trying to earn a few dollars. A polite greeting and a firm No was enough.
Pretty cool to stop by and have a look at this floundered Angolan fishing vessel, now colonized by birds and barely 100m offshore. It really is a flying visit though, unless you want to engage with the hawkers of gems
Easily accessible from Swakopmund, with just a short walk across the beach. Brilliant for photographers at sunset. Just ensure that you lock your vehicle as there was some shady characters around when we visited
If you like shipwrecks or photography then this is worth a quick stop. It's easily accessible via a paved road from Swakopmund, and doesn't cost anything to park or view it. We went on a cool morning in May, and the eerie fog added to the experience. As others have mentioned,…
As shipwrecks go, this is not one of the most impressive. However, it is easy to see from the shore and accessible by road. Given the importance of shipwrecks for the history of the Skeleton Coast, it is worth a detour