Lost: UNKNOWN Depth: 115
This 125′ brigantine has yet to be named. She lies upright in 115 feet of water, heavily encrusted in Zebra mussels, and nearly covered in silt. What is exposed is an interesting study, particularly her stern castle which offers the highest relief of 10′ off the bottom. The empty life boat davits at the stern extend out over what appear to be 8 square windows at the mudline below the deck. At the bow, there is two large wood stock anchors, one of which is off the wreck in the mud. Another unique feature is a copper drum or cover on a portion of the windlass.
Visibility varies from 20 to 60 feet, bottom temps in the mid 40’s.