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  • War of 1812 Hull
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  • Deadman’s Bay, St. Lawrence River
  • N44 13 92 W76 27 10

Type of Wreck: War Ship
Location of Wreck: N44 13 92 W76 27 10
Place and Builder:
Year Built: 1818

1814 – Laid down as the VITTORIA, she then launched in Apr as PRINCESS CHARLOTTE
1816 – Renamed BURLINGTON
1817 – In ordinary
1830’s – Sank Deadman’s Bay

HMS Princess Charlotte, later HMS Burlington, was a 42-gun fifth-rate frigate of the Royal Navy built in 1814, during the War of 1812 at the Kingston Royal Naval Dockyard in Kingston, Ontario. She originally had been built as Vittoria, but was renamed before being launched.She was built to a design by George Record, and was constructed under a private contract by Master shipwright John Goudie. She served on Lake Ontario, having been commissioned at Oswego on May 5, 1814 under Captain William Mulcaster.

3D Model from 3D Shipwrecks #

The HMS Prince Charlotte was built in Kingston in 1814 for the War of 1812. It took part in the British attack on Fort Oswego and blockade of Sackett’s Harbor. It had several name changes and served on Lake Ontario after the war. It was offered for sale in 1833 and with no buyers was towed to Deadman’s Bay and scuttled. Today it is a National Historic Site of Canada but there are just the bottom and scattered remnants of a once proud and historic warship. The model was created from 2,037 30-megapixel images. –
  • Pick up after yourselves and others if need be
  • Take only pictures, memories, and trash off the bottom
  • Many shore dive sites are busiest on weekends so plan ahead
  • Remember you’re the ambassador for the sport when approached by onlookers and locals. Paying attention and being polite can lead to other opportunities and locations.
  • Have fun and lots of it after all that’s why you are there just like underwater beware of others around you for both positive and negative experiences
  • If you’re the guy with the camera, video, or go pro, take a minute to show those outside your group what’s underneath.

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