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Isaac M. Scott
Bulk Freighter
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GPS Location: N45° 03.920’ W83° 02.353’
Depth: 175 Feet
Wreck Length: 524 Feet Beam: 54 Feet
Gross Tonnage: 6372 Cargo: Coal
Built: 1909 by American Ship Building Co. at Lorain, Ohio
Wrecked: November 10, 1913
Description: The great storm of 1913 was devastating to shipping on the Great lakes and about a dozen vessels and over 200 lives were lost, most on Lake Huron. Like several other steel freighters, the Isaac M. Scott turned turtle and went down with all hands. The giant ship rests upside down on the lake bottom with only the propellers, hull structure and bow anchors visible.


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