War 1812 wreck

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Year Built

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Year Sank

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Depth

165 ft (50.3 m)

Difficulty Level

Technical


War 1812 wreck

Wreck Location

Approximately 10 miles ESE of Point Traverse
~ GPS Shipwreck Location ~
Latitude:   43° 49' 3" N      Longitude:   -77° 2' 2.4" W

Description

This wreck is thought to be from the War of 1812.   Also known at the Bluff Nosed Wreck.  It is in 165 feet of water. 


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