Friday, October 18, 2013

Another Deep Shipwreck Discovered In Lake Superior

Hot on the heels of discovering the resting place of the Henry B. Smith, the same team has found the location of the missing Scotiadoc.

The 424-foot long Scotiadoc sank in 1953 after a collision. Sitting in 850-870 feet of water, it is far beyond recreational divers and a very, very select few technical divers. Far safer and far more likely that people will see it via research submarine or remotely operated vehicle.

The Detroit Free Press: Another sunken freighter found in Lake Superior

Yet another very cool find.

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