Smith Moore Shipwreck
As one of the many shipwrecks part of Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, this 230 foot wooden steam barge sank on July 13, 1889 as it was being towed in by the M.M. Drake. The most dramatic and well known wreck in the preserve, it rests just off Sand Point in about 95 feet of water with her deck at the 85 foot level. She is the most intact wreck in the area, offering experienced divers many hours of underwater exploration. It is buoyed.
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