The wreck of the Norseman can be found on the banks of the River Hamble at Lower Swanwick in the county of Hampshire in the UK.
Well known to local residents at one time, the history of the ship had been lost and gradually the wreck became simply a navigation mark on the river and a source of firewood.
However, the wreck is substantial and at low tide can be clearly seen by visitors from the shore or by aircraft (see below - image courtesy of Google Earth).
Firmly embedded in thick river silt, the Norseman is not an easy site to investigate. The sea fully uncovers the wreck for just a short time each day with the best times for surveying occurring just twice a month during Spring tides.