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Corey Phillips Founder

There was talk of the RH Rae a few weeks ago online. I promised I would search my video and publish if I found it.


The Rae was the site of the death of a Cousteau diver Remy Galliano on one of the visits to the Great Lakes in the 1980s Here is a link that you can follow to read a little about it (you may need to click next to see the actual text about the death.


Remy Galliano Death

Remy Galliano Death 2


Tom probably has more information about this that he might add. NTD used to have a link which I found on scubaboard but is now inactive.


Amazingly I had actually already edited the video. It is a little long (sorry). The vis that day was amazing but it was a near night dive so the only light we had were the 21-watt cannister lights we had on our belts.


Here is a writeup about the Rae from the Niagra Divers Association

NDA RH RAE LINK


There is a block on the wreck so it had been visited on a fairly regular basis in the past at some time. I wouldn't trust the line at this point but it will be on our list to update in the future so the mooring can be used.


Hope you enjoy the video.

Tom Founder
Hopefully, this may get closer to an answer to what the KPH is really called. The Marine Museum is working of an exhibit showcasing wrecks in the Great Lakes and is actively double-checking some facts. The wreck is one of the Gems in the rough. stripped dumped in a hole(Missed it by that much) :) but we found a belly dumper in the hole. This one is shallow for all levels and in the spring and late fall covered in wildlife.


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