One of the clearer anomalies in the eastern section of the Egadi Islands survey area where the rocky topography is less prolific is a relatively modern wrecksite. The only visible cargo remaining on this site is a large amount of raw sulfur ore. This site was approximately 50 m deep, therefore it was possible to deploy divers as well as the ROV on the site. Some wood from the vessel was visible on the surface, possibly ceiling planking, and there were several unidentified iron objects. The condition of the wood and the degree of encrustation, as well as form, of the iron objects indicate a relatively modern date for the site. All of the sulfur cargo was in fist- to head-sized chunks; many were rough hewn but others appear to have regular edges associated with their being quarried. A chunk was raised for analysis and a sample was taken for analysis by the Superintendant’s Office.