Category Archives: Shipwreck Diving Sites

Voyage of the Steamer Wisconsin: A Tale of Survival and Sorrow

S.S. Wisconsin History The steamer Wisconsin led an adventurous and tumultuous life before finally resting on the lake bed near Kenosha, WI, on October 29, 1929. Built by the renowned […]

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Two-Masted Schooner Northerner

The Northerner is a small two-masted schooner 81ft long that’s sunk near Port Washington, WI in 130ft of water.  She was launched on March 12th, 1850 from the John Oades […]

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Mussel machine: How did this late Pinto get to the bottom of a Michigan bay? Read more: http://autoweek.com/article/wait-theres-more/mussel-machine-check-out-pinto-mussel-car#ixzz5FoiUAIie

You never know what you will find underneath the surface… read more here.

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Researchers discover 2 century-old shipwrecks in Lake Huron

Two shipwrecks more than a century old have been found in the deep waters of Lake Huron, Maritime archaeologists announced Friday. Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary officials said they recently […]

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Trip report: World-class wreck diving in Presque Isle, MI with Shipwreck Explorers

… I just got back from 4 days of diving in Presque Isle, Michigan.  It was some of the best and well preserved wreck diving that I’ve ever done. Seriously […]

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