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Hello, does anyone know the depth of the Shackelton barge on Oneida lake?

I see it's north of the point but it's the only wreck w/o a depth. Thanks.

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I believe that it is at a depth of around 35 to 40 feet. I will check our records and see if I can get an exact depth but for now this will be close. Oneida Lake does not get very deep. Hope this helps.

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