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A mid 1800's Canadian schooner, Queen of the Lakes, has been discovered in deep water off the southern shore of Lake Ontario near Sodus Point, New York.  more »

Discovery earlier this year by a member of the association AREVPAM, located the wreckage in the Golfe of Giens (South of France, Hyères, french Riviera) rests in 10 meters deep on sandy bottom.The shipwreck, probably a Tartane was a small ship used...  more »

The wreckage of what is believed to be an original Erie Canal boat has been discovered in the Oswego River south of Fulton, New York.  more »

Shipwreck explorers Jim Kennard and Dick Duncan recently conducted a search in the Hudson River near Saugerties, New York, using a very high resolution imaging sonar discovering seven abandoned shipwrecks within just a few hours. Over 400 years ago Henry...  more »

In the French Riviera, a wreck is lying for several decades. An aircraft, whose debris was discovered a few days ago by divers archaeologists of the AREVPAM (www.arevpam.org), an association working for the development and preservation of Mediterranean...  more »

A group of Wisconsin marine historians and divers have announced the discovery of the missing steamship L.R. Doty, which vanished in a violent Lake Michigan storm 112 years ago, on October 25, 1898. The Doty was the largest wooden ship still missing on Lake Michigan, with an overall length of 300 feet.  more »

Shipwrecks of the Thousand Islands Dennis McCarthy and Skip Couch, scuba divers for over 40 years, are announcing a new reference book. The “Shipwrecks of the Thousand Islands” is a book that documents the lost fleet of ships that lay on the...  more »

Dennis McCarthy and Skip Couch, scuba divers for over 40 years, are announcing a new reference book. “Shipwrecks of the Thousand Islands” is a book that documents the lost fleet of ships that lay on the bottom of the St. Lawrence River. They...  more »

"This unique book is a must for everybody who is interested not only in historical shipwrecks around Hispaniola Island (actually the Dominican Republic and Haiti), but also in pirate history." Almost 400 shipwrecks are described in this book, many of...  more »

Rochester, New York - A mid 1800's schooner has been discovered in deep water off the southern shore of Lake Ontario near Oak Orchard, New York. Shipwreck enthusiasts Jim Kennard and Dan Scoville finally located the old schooner after a search effort that took them more than 5 years.  more »

Great Lakes Schooner - Shipwreck Location: Lake Ontario Steamer Arizona remains Location: St. Lawrence River Steamer Roy Jodrey Location: St. Lawrence River Old Shipwreck remains Location: Hudson River Sand Waves Location: Hudson River Old Anchor...  more »

Oak Orchard, New York - The steamer Samuel F. Hodge has been discovered in the deep depths off the southern shore of Lake Ontario near Oak Orchard, NY. Shipwreck explorers, Jim Kennard and Dan Scoville, located the old steamer utilizing high resolution...  more »

A story two centuries in the making: LEGEND OF THE LAKE (Discovery Edition) The 22-Gun Brig-Sloop HMS Ontario, 1780  more »

A 200 year old US warship may be buried in French Creek Bay near Clayton, New York. A cannon salvaged from the old hull of a shipwreck over a half century ago may be the link to the USS Oneida.  more »

A mysterious sinking, a group of dedicated scientists and technicians and a 200 year old shipwreck have all collided in the Gulf of Mexico. Four thousand feet below the choppy seas the remains of a 19th century shipwreck lie in wait and a month long expedition has been mounted to uncover her secrets. This is the deepest underwater archaeological project ever attempted in the Gulf of Mexico. And it’s a race against time to uncover the Mardi Gras shipwreck and solve the mystery.  more »

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Legend of the Lake - New Discovery Edition Book

The recent discovery of the wreck of the British warship Ontario, “the Holy Grail” of Great Lakes shipwrecks, solves several mysteries that have puzzled historians since the ship sank more than two centuries ago. Now, for the first time, the whole tragic story of the Ontario can finally be told.

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