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The 95 foot schooner Katie Eccles was built in Deseronto in 1877 and was one of the last schooners to sail on Lake Ontario. She left Oswego and sailed to Napanee wtih a load of coal in Nov 1922 when she ran into heavy weather. Captain Harry Mitchell, was...  more »
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The Effie Mae was launched in 1968. Around 1980, the Effie Mae became the first live-aboard dive charter boat in the Kingston area before changing hands in 1987 to Ted and Donna Walker who started a diving charter around Kingston. In the spring of 1993,...  more »
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The Dredge Munson sank while returning to Rossmore, Ontario after competing dredging operations in April 1890.  more »
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