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Helvetia (1873)

A 204 foot, three-masted schooner built in Tonawanda, New York in 1873. She was unceremoniously set ablaze and sank in 165 feet of water about ten miles northeast of Sheboygan.



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Other Names:none
Official Number:95213
Vessel Built:1873, F.N. Jones, Tonawanda, NY
Vessel Specifications:204x36x14, 793t.
Type of Vessel:Three-Masted Schooner
Depth to Deck:155 ft (47m)
Depth to Bottom:165 ft (50m)
How it Sunk:Abandoned and set afire.
Loss Type:Abandoned
Date of Loss:Sept. 10, 1921
Place of Loss:NE off of Sheboygan
Vessel Cargo:none
Lives Loss:none
References:Wisconsin's Maritime Trails
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