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Niagara Shoal

Type:     Shipwreck
Build:     1759
Location:     Niagara Shoal, Canada
Depth:     80 feet
Built:     1759
Sunk:     1763
Length:     n/a feet
Access:     boat
Level:     Intermediate / Advanced
Orientation:     Upright

One of the oldest shipwrecks dove in the Seaway this wreck served both the French & British. The Iroquois also know as the "Anson" was built in 1759 and sits near the foot of the Niagara Shoal in 80 ft of water, a mild current is present on the wreck and she is a joy to explore.

This wreck was referred to us by a local dive group official as "Two Sticks In The Mud" this person couldn''t have spent much time diving her remains to have given her such a bad rap. I found her to be a wonderful high ribbed structure with all her ribs remaining, this is what divers envision an old shipwreck to look like after many years below the waves.

WARNING: Boat traffic & Current

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