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Humber Bay, Toronto

Type:     Shipwreck
Build:     1872
Location:     Humber Bay, Toronto, Canada
Depth:     54 feet
Built:     1872
Sunk:     1931
Length:     125 feet
Access:     boat
Level:     Intermediate / Advanced
Orientation:     Upright

Burned, and sank, for the entertainment of the masses gathered on Sunnyside beach, in 1931. Most of the hull remains, as well as some of the masts, a mast hole, the centre board box, some rigging, the rudder, the keelson, strapping, donkey boiler, several pulleys, and what could potentially be part of the bowsprit.

Warning: Toronto Police Services Marine Unit Permission Form must be properly completed, and Poor Water Quality.

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