• Katie Eccles

Katie Eccles

Ability: Advanced
Depth: 102'
Built: 1877
Sunk: November 26, 1922

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The small, graceful 122-ton schooner, Katie Eccles (95’ X 24’6” X 9’6”), was built in 1877 by William Jamieson at Mill Point (now Deseronto), Ontario. On November 26, 1922, the ship left Oswego, New York, with 300 tons of hard coal and made it to Timber Island without her rudder, which she lost outside of Oswego. After dropping the anchor, the crew rowed to Timber Island, but that night, the anchor chain cut through the vessel’s planking, and she foundered in deep water. The wreck is upright and intact.

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