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Presque Isle a Shipwreck Extravaganza

Discussion in 'Advanced Diver Magazine' started by Curt Bowen, Oct 14, 2010.

  1. Curt Bowen

    Curt Bowen Manta Ray

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    Presque Isle - A shipwreck Extravaganza • ADVANCED DIVER MAGAZINE • by Mel Clark

    Presque Isle - A Shipwreck Extravaganza
    Text and photography by Mel Clark


    As we descended on the bow the ships main anchor is standing in the sand below the bow as if holding the great ship in place. I watch as my six foot buddy is dwarfed by the anchor which must be over twenty feet tall . Off the port bow is the pilot house with the ships large double wheel still very much intact.
     
  2. ScubaAl

    ScubaAl Rebreather Pilot

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    Rogers City, which is known for the catastrophic shipwreck of the Edmond Fitzgerald.

    Should this line in the article referred to the Carl Bradley? Just wondering.

    Al
     
  3. rongoodman

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    The Edmond Fitzgerald went down in Lake Superior, near Whitefish Bay.
     

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