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Corey Phillips Founder

It takes time to edit video. The pictures in the other post are unaltered or photoshopped. I'm not a great photographer but what I like is the video has the feel you are on the dive. This isn't a wreck that all divers will visit due to location, depth, temperature, skill etc.


I spent the day today editing the video and this is what I ended up with.

Tom Founder


The worlds most complicated shipwreck, Cut in Bow Sank  in Lake Ontario. Rebuilt as the Maplecourt with the Sten Section sinking in Lake Huron and the rebuilt portions torpedeod in the Atlantic.


Detroit Publishing Co., Publisher. Str. Northwest. [Between 1900 and 1910] Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2016800413/










1918: The bow section of the former passenger steamer NORTH WEST sank in Lake Ontario. The ship had been cut in two for a tow out of the Great Lakes. The stern was later rebuilt as b) MAPLECOURT.

Tom Founder

1942: JUDGE HART stranded at Fitzsimmons Rock, Ashburton Bay, Lake Superior, enroute to Toronto with 101,500 bushels of grain. All on board were rescued and the ship later slid off the rocks, drifted and sank. 


In 1942, the Canadian grain carrier JUDGE HART grounded and then sank in Ashburton Bay, Lake Superior. The entire crew of the JUDGE HART was rescued by the JAMES B. EADS, Captain Stanley J. Tischart, and the whaleback JOHN ERICSSON, Captain Wilfred E. Ogg.




Tom Founder

On 26 Nov 1881, Jane Miller Wiki(wooden propeller passenger-package freight coaster, 78 foot, 210 gross tons, built in 1878, at Little Current, Ontario) departed Meaford, Ontario, for Wiarton - sailing out into the teeth of a gale and was never seen again. All 30 aboard were lost. She probably sank near the mouth of Colpoy's Bay in Georgian Bay. She had serviced the many small ports on the inside coast of the Bruce Peninsula. 


Tom Founder

In 1913, the schooner ROUSE SIMMONS, Captain August Schuenemann, departed Thompson Harbor (Michigan) with a load of fresh cut Christmas trees bound for Chicago. Somewhere between Kewaunee and Two Rivers, Wis., the SIMMONS was lost with all hands.