Washingtonian

Description

A 407 foot-long freighter carrying a cargo of sugar from Honolulu, she sank in a collision with the Elizabeth Palmer. Built in 1914, she was in service for less than a year before her sinking in January 1915. She now rests upside down in 100 feet of water, with sections rising 20 feet off the bottom. The majority of the wreck consists of scattered hull plates, many of which allow divers to cruise under and through the wreck.

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Depth of wreck

100 feet

Size of wreck

Length: 407 feet