R. H. Rae

Ability: Advanced
Depth: 105'
Built: 1857
Sunk: 1858

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This 137' 3-masted bark, built at St. Catherines, Ontario in 1857, capsized & sank during a white squall on Aug. 3, 1858, south of Pt. Traverse in 105' of water. An ornately-carved bow stem, hugh windlass, copper cappings on the bow, sampson and windlass posts, a pump, deck winch, deadeyes & more. Visibility can range from 50'-100', depending upon water conditions.

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