The wreck was discovered off the coast of Italy and the contents wowed those who found it.
There were jars of still preserved food from Rome thought to be up to 2000 years old.
The find came after fisherman in the area reported consistently finding pieces of pottery and other artifacts in their nets.
Divers then checked the area and found what they believe to be a Roman wreck dated between the first century BC and the first century AD.
Researchers say the find is incredibly well preserved and the ship is nearly intact. They credit the protection of the ocean mud as the reason for the condition of the find.
The ship is believed to have up to 200 clay jars that could have oil, wine, grain and possibly even fish.
"There are some broken jars around the wreck, but we believe that most of the amphorae inside the ship are still sealed and food-filled," the lead researcher told LiveScience.
It’s also believed the caps of the jars are intact making the likelihood of the food being well preserved even higher.
There hasn’t been a decision on what to do with the site yet but it is being protected to keep looters out.