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Freighter D.R. Hanna

Lake Name: Lake Huron
Shipwreck Name: D.R. Hanna
D.R. Hanna
Vessel Type: Steel Bulk Freighter
Location: Thunder Bay, MI
Vessel Build Info: 1906, American Shipbuilding, Lorain, OH hull# 346
Shipwreck Specs: 532x56x31, 7023g 5491n
Official Number: 203676
Names Other: None

Sinking Detail: Carrying 377,000 bushels of wheat from Duluth for Buffalo, the steel bulk freighter D.R. Hanna was run into and sunk by the steamer Quincy A. Shaw.
Loss Date: 5/16/1919
Loss Place: 6 mi NNE of Thunder Bay Light
Loss Life: None
Loss Reason: Collision
Vessel Cargo: Grain

Shipwreck Description: The Hanna rolled over and is now resting upside down on the lake bottom. It is the largest wreck in Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary.

Dive Type: Recreational
Depth Deck(ft): 110 ft
Depth Bottom(ft): 130 ft
Depth Deck(m): 34 m
Depth Bottom(m): 39 m
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