Etta Belle

by Shipwreck World


Year Built

1852

Year Sank

1873

Depth

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Difficulty Level

Technical


Etta Belle

Wreck Location

General location - exact co-ords confidential

~ GPS Shipwreck Location ~
Latitude:   43° 16' 36.0012" N      Longitude:   -76° 58' 19.9992" W

Description

Two masted schooner developed a leak in sank in fair weather

Footnotes

Shipwreck Explorers Discover 1850's Canadian Schooner in Lake Ontario




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anonymous by Stephen Satterwhite on 8/12/2016

Is there any shipwreck that can be explored in less than 30 feet deep in Lake Ontario between Oswego and Hilton or in the Finger Lakes? We are ROCHESTER residents and we LOVE to snorkel. I can be reached at my cell 585-703-1982 or at ssatterwhite@rochester.rr.com. Thanks!

Yes, Laura Grace: 10 ft depth, U. S. Coast Guard boat 56022 : 75 ft, Congercoal 7 ft. depth off Fair Haven park next to shore. Henry Rooney 75 ft but not much left off Duran Easman park. St Peter, 110 but on a clear day you should be able to see these deeper wrecks. - Hope this helps. Jim Use wreck finder for location.

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