Canal Boat Maps


The Sloop Island Canal Boat is 97 feet in length and 17 1/2 feet wide. It is thought to be one of the last remaining canal boats of the early 1900's vintage. The cargo is coal.  more »
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Unidentified canal boat filled with stone. Probably broke free from a tow and ran agound at Diamond Island. The canal boat is 93 feet long and is loaded with cut stone.  more »
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The A.R. Noyes may be one of the canal boats that broke loose from the tow of the tug Tisdale on their way to Burlington on October 17, 1884 and sank near Proctor Shoal.  more »
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