This is a 48-foot motor yacht, built in the 1920s, that burned to the waterline and sank in the St. Clair Flats. It has twin engines that are mounted side-by-side, but they are pretty far forward, 15′-19′ aft of the bow. It has long drive shafts and exhaust pipes that extend rearward, and although it is a twin-screw, it has only a single rudder. There is some brass hardware on this wreck. 

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