Diving the Sandusky
This 110-foot sailing vessel had two masts and a square stern. It sank in a
gale in September 1856 and is remarkably preserved. It sits upright in 90 feet
of water and is among the few shipwrecks in the Great Lakes to sport a
figurehead (which Alex pokes in the eyes and picks it's nose).
Divers will find a kedge anchor, pin rail, wheel and tiller.
Guest videographer: Tim Ericson