Several pieces of the hull were recovered from the wreck site. This fragment's composition gives clues to its original placement within the ship, though the exact location is unknown.
This multi-component artifact is made up of three different wood species. The wood and fasteners suggest that it consisted of a section of deck clamp, hull planking and futtock. The outer portion is teak that represents hull planking. The middle section appears to be white oak and represents remnants of a futtock. The inner portion is mahogany and represents the remains of a deck clamp.