Another Adventurer's League linear punch-up, for better or for worse.
If you're buying Adventurer's League modules, you know what you're getting - a short, railroady one-and-done outing on the Moonsea, and that's what you get here.
Despite what the module cover says, this is NOT an appropriate adventure for a first level party, even using the scaling information supplied. The final battle includes multiple monsters that can one-shot first level characters, and there's explicitly almost no opportunity for players to use cleverness or stealth to mitigate the difficulty of that fight. Consider level 2 a minimum baseline for punters.
The other major gripe is that this is not, ultimately, a one-and-done. The villain does not appear in this module. I'm not sure if there are other modules continuing this series but if you run it as a stand-alone then players may be disappointed with a lack of closure at the end. A certain amount of player failure is also inevitable - despite the suggestion that this is a rescue mission, no one is walking out of this alive except the players, which again left my players feeling underwhelmed.
What Wreckers does offer is a series of atmospheric fights themed around a sea cult, and a long linear walk down the Moonsea coast. Players who ran the Tyranny of Dragons AL modules have seen all this before in DDEX1-02 and 03. There's one brief environmental hazard which offers players some meaningful choices but largely it's just a sequence of two or three stand-up fights. The module initially seems promising with entirely different chapters if players travel by sea or land, but the chapters are largely the same - players going by ship skip the environmental puzzle but start from a worse tactical position for the first fight. There are no meaningful conversations, puzzles, or moral choices to be seen.
Probably the best aspects of the module are that it will absolutely fit into its advertised two-hour length, and that it's cheap. As I said, if you're buying AL modules, you know what you're getting, and this more or less lives up (or down) to those expectations.