This wooden hull sits off Ogdensburg’s waterfront at about a 52 ft. depth with a noticeable current. Lying with the current the vessel is about 130 ft. x24 ft. x 8 ft. with some decking remaining however no rudder or “bow spirit”. Sea & Sky Scuba Shop of Prescott and Save Our Shipwrecks try to keep the site buoyed. Visits to this wreck are by boat. It appears burnt to the water line however it sits about 8 ft. high on a firm clay/silt bottom.

This site is about halfway between the site of the Rothesay and the Canadian Coast Guard Station directly in front of the large brick chimney on the Ogdensburg shore and south of the downstream channel water line however it sits about 8 ft. high on a firm clay/silt bottom.

 Dive site description
 Object description
 Lake / river  St. Lawrence River  Official name  n/a
 GPS Coordinates  n/a  Also known as  n/a
 Access  Boat  Type  Schooner
 Description  Shipwreck  Material  Wood and steel
 Min. / max. depth  52 ft  Propulsion  Sail
 Visibility  10-15 ft  Cargo  n/a
 Current  Strong  Built by / at  n/a
 Level  Intermediate  Built / lauch date  n/a
 Thermocline  No  Sunk / flooded  mid 1800s
 Bottom type  Silt and clay  Dimensions  130 ft x 24 ft x 8 ft
 Boat traffic  n/a  Position  n/a
 Hazards  n/a