The giant container ship MSC Zoe lost more than 270 containers in January as it sailed from Portugal to the German port of Bremerhaven.
While some containers and cargo washed up on German and Dutch beaches, authorities have also been searching the ocean for the missing freight.
As a result, they've uncovered the oldest shipwreck ever found in Dutch waters.
Analysis of the ship’s timbers indicates that the vessel was built in the Netherlands around 1540, according to Holland’s National Office for Cultural Heritage.
STRANGE 2,500-YEAR-OLD WRECK DISCOVERED IN NILE 'SHIP GRAVEYARD,' SOLVING ANCIENT PUZZLE
“The wooden beams appear to come from a ship with a smooth hull, probably 30 meters [98.5 feet] long,” explained the agency in a statement translated from the Dutch.