MILWAUKEE CAR FERRY

THE SS MILWAUKEE CAR FERRY IS 338FT LONG AND SANK IN 1929 WITH HER CARGO OF RAILROAD CARS, BATH TUBS, AUTOMOBILES AND LUMBER. SHE LIES AT A DEPTH OF 90FT - 120FT. ADVANCED CERTIFICATION AND DEEP DIVER SPECIALTIES ARE REQUIRED DUE TO THE DEPTH OF THIS SHIPWRECK.

APPOMATTOX

THE SS APPOMATTOX WAS 319FT LONG MAKING HER THE LARGEST WOODEN STEAMER ON THE GREAT LAKES. SHE WAS DESIGNED TO CARRY COAL ON THE GREAT LAKES WHEN SHE RAN AGROUND IN 1905. SHE LAYS IN 17FT OF WATER MAKING HER A GREAT WRECK FOR BEGINNING DIVERS AND SNORKELERS ALIKE.


lumberman

THE LUMBERMAN IS A THREE MASTED WOODEN SCHOONER. SHE SANK IN 1893 AND LAYS INTACT AT A DEPTH OF 55FT. THE  LUMBERMAN WAS BUILT TO CARRY LUMBER ON THE GREAT LAKES. THIS IS ANOTHER GREAT SHIPWRECK FOR BEGINNER DIVERS.


EDWARD E. GILLEN TUG

THE GILLEN TUG IS A GREAT SHIPWRECK FOR BEGINNERS. SHE LIES AT A DEPTH OF 65FT. SHE IS 57FT LONG AND SANK IN 1981.

DREDGE #6

THE DREDGE #6 OR #906 IS ANOTHER POPULAR AND UNIQUE SHIPWRECK. SHE LIES AT A DEPTH OF 30-75FT. SHE IS 120FT LONG AND SANK IN 1956. SHE IS LAYING UPSIDE DOWN ON HER STRUCTURE AND YOU CAN SWIM EASILY BENEATH THE DECK.

MILWAUKEE SCUBA DIVING CHARTERS


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PRINS WILLEM V

THE "WILLIE" IS THE MOST POPULAR SHIPWRECK IN THE AREA. SHE IS LAYING ON HER STARBOARD SIDE AT A DEPTH OF 50 - 95FT. THIS STEEL CARGO SHIP IS 258FT LONG AND SANK IN 1954.  


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CHARTERS ARE AVAILABLE TO ALL MILWAUKEE AREA SHIPWRECKS, NOT LIMITED TO THE SHIPWRECKS LISTED ABOVE.


ADDITIONAL SHIPWRECK PICTURES COMING SOON!