Just about all of the deck and upper deck area is gone. It also looks like the rough seas had moved the wreck slightly as it’s in water all the time now where it was on dry sand during low tide last time round. Because of this its now covered in moss and sea weed.
During December we spent a week at Cannon Rocks on the Sunshine Coast in the Eastern Cape (about 120km east of my home town of Port Elizabeth). We stayed there the previous year as well and I just loved photographing the wreck of a fishing boat rusting away on the beach close to the resort where we stayed.
Last year the wreck looked like this (photo above) and some of the photos I took then can be seen here and here. As soon as we set up camp I jumped into the car and headed over to the wreck to go and say hi. I could barely believe my eyes. Below is what’s left of it. The ocean and the elements are truly taking its toll.
GPS: 33°44’41.59″S, 26°33’39.99″E