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40 ft (12.2 m)

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Wreck Location

Right off of  the parking area just east of the Hospital.. The Islander lies on the slope between 20 to 60 feet in depth. .
~ GPS Shipwreck Location ~
Latitude:   44° 20' 17.4984" N      Longitude:   -75° 55' 11.9316" W


The  Islander was built in Rochester, NY in 1871.  She was utilized as both an excursion boat and a mail carrier.  In 1909 the Islander burned at the dock.  She is 125 feet in length.  This is a great 1st wreck dive as you can enter the water from shore and just go down the slope to the wreck.



1 Comment & Rating

anonymous by Mike on 6/20/2016
Map was rated 5 stars by reviewer.

This is a great dive, easy shore dive with parking at the waters edge, a gazebo and picnic tables to set up on. There is a ramp into the water with a hand rail. There is a lot of boat traffic in the area so don't just pop to the surface and do remember your floating dive flag.

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