Roughly 70m long, the Suddhadib lays on her starboard side.
Her average depth is at 26-28m.
The forward cabins with a broken mast that slopes into the sand.
The upper deck plates of the rear cabins have fallen off, exposing the frames in a scaffolding-like structure
The heaps of light sand around the wreck are sediment and crushed coral and shells shaped by the currents.
One of the anchor chains is still visible at the bow.
The forward cargo hole is access to a 25m long cargo hold.
The upper cabins have ripped the deck plate off the hull.
The area of the engine room is slowly succumbing to the weight and is to be penetrated with caution.
Two boilers inside the engine room.
The crank shaft in the engine room.
The rear cargo hole leads to the propeller shaft tunnel.
The exposed cabins at the stern.
Two crouch toilets can be found in the lower center area.
A large part of the stern has fallen off and gives access to the lower deck cabins.
Lower deck cabins as seen from the rear cargo hole.
Penetration points of the forward cabins from the forward cargo hole.