When first descending onto the wreck the wall that she sits below drops off almost vertically from 5 ft. to around 230+ ft. Upon reaching the wreck one of the first things to come into view is the bow railing and the wheel house and ships mast. The mast is at about 150 ft. , as you descend to the main deck it is aprox. 200 ft. There is plenty to see in the bow section it is also noted that the wreck sits on a 40 to 45 degree list to starboard. If you are so inclined you may travel along the port railing to a max depth of 211 ft. where about mid ship there is a fracture in the hull, as you continue along you will eventually reach the stern. Along this railing you are like a sail in the wind flying in a 3 to 4 knot current. In the bow section there is visible damage to the hull both from its collision with Pullman shoal and the damage caused by its sliding down the vertical wall.
The above shipwreck description was submitted by Richard Horricks, a NAUI instructor from kingston Ontario. If you would like more information about this shipwreck E-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org