This little merchantman sank off a rocky ledge along the southwest coast of Turkey with a mixed cargo that included primary glass and glass cullet. The hull has been preserved in polyethylene glycol and is on display in the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology, along with some of the glass and other artifacts and amphoras.1
1. Richard Steffy, INA Shipdata Project, Texas A&M University.
Steffy, J. Richard. The Mediterranean Shell to Skeleton Transition: A Northwest European Parallel?? Carvel Construction Technique, R. Reinders and K. Paul, eds. Oxford, 1-9. 1991
Steffy, J. Richard. "The reconstruction of the 11th-Century Serce Liman vessel: A preliminary Report" IJNA 11.1: 13-34.
Bass, George F. Sheila Matthews, J. Richard Steffy and Frederick H. van Doorninck Jr. "Serçe Limani: An Eleventh-Century Shipwreck Vol. 1, The Ship and Its Anchorage, Crew, and Passengers." Texas A&M University Press, 2004
Bass, George, Berta Lledo, Sheila Matthews, and Robert H. Brill. "Serçe Limani, Vol 2: The Glass of an Eleventh-Century Shipwreck" Texas A&M University Press, 2009