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Typo

The three masted schooner Typo built at Milwaukee in 1873, sank six miles east-southeast of Presque Isle light. The wreck sits upright and intact in 155 feet of water.



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Other Names:none
Official Number:24981
Vessel Built:1873, Wolfe & Davidson, Milwaukee (or Manitowoc)
Vessel Specifications:138x26x11, 336g 319n
Type of Vessel:Three-Masted Schooner
Depth to Deck:163 ft (50m)
Depth to Bottom:180 ft (55m)
How it Sunk:She collided with the prop V.H. KETCHUM and sank. Owned by H. Henderson, Cleveland or J. P. Nagle, Toledo. Rebuilt in 1873, major repairs in 82 & 84. 84 repair was after a serious grounding on Amherst Island, Lake Ontaio, Sep 26, 1883.
Loss Type:Collision
Date of Loss:1899, Oct 14
Place of Loss:off Presque Isle, MI
Vessel Cargo:unknown
Lives Loss:4 or 9
References:Shipwreck File by Dave Swayze
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March 30, 2017

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