1. Munson An intact steam dredge sitting upright in 110 feet of water, with all machinery and shovel bucket still in place. 2. Aloha A two-masted schooner barge sitting in 60 feet of water, with ribs and hull planking intact to deck level. 3. Comet A twin-engine, side-wheel steamer upright in 80 feet of water. Collapsed superstructure provides easy access to upright piston engines and intact paddle wheels. Massive timbers that formed the walking beams rise above the wreck. 4. George A. Marsh A three-masted schooner sitting upright in 85 feet of water. Wheel, deck hardware and bowsprit remain in place, along with mast stumps and lifeboat. 5. Cornwall An iron-hulled, luxury side-wheel steamer once used by the Prince of Wales. Scuttled in 75 feet of water. 6. KPH An unidentified flat barge, resting in 65 feet of water. 7. Glendora An unidentified wooden steamer, sitting upright in 75 feet of water. 8. City of Sheboygan A three-masted lumber schooner lying at 95 feet, with many rigging and hardware items still aboard. 9. Annie Falconer A well-preserved two-masted coal schooner sitting upright in 80 feet of water. 10. Olive Branch A two-masted schooner sitting upright in 95 feet of water. 11. Wolf Islander II A ferry sitting upright in 85 feet of water. Doors and hatches have been removed to allow for safe penetration. 12. Titanic An unidentified barge sitting upright in 75 feet of water with hull intact from stem to stern.
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