St. Shott's is a town in the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador. It is notable for being the southernmost town in the province. The town is also notable due to the unusual amount of shipwrecks which have accumulated in the waters off its coast over the last five centuries. One such shipwreck is that of the Dutch Steamship "Anton van Driel", which ran aground on a foggy day while returning from Newfoundland to Rotterdam in the Netherlands. Of the 30 individuals on board, only three survived drowning after being rescued by a tugboat, and only one body was ever recovered, that of a man named Hajo de Jonge.