lake champlain overview

Professional Diving Instruction, Gear and Adventure

Lake Champlain
Burlington Harbor

Seasonal registration required. Please be sure to register at area dive shops, local charter captains, the Burlington Community Boat House, Westport Marina (NY) or at the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum.

The OJ Walker and the Water Witch requires seperate "sensitive site" registration (available at the previously mentioned locations) and a reserved time slot, managed through the Burlington Community Boathouse.

Wreck site marked by Yellow mooring Buoy.
 

PhoenixBurlington BayCoal BargeDiamond IslandChamplain II
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WRECK
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LOCATION
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LAT
LON
DEPTH FFW COMMENTS
Horse Powered Ferry
Burlington Bay - 1100 meters NW of North Point of Breakwater 44 29.1'
73 14.6'
45 63' x 23', very fragile wreck, only known example of horse driven (turntable) ferry.
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OJ Walker
Burlington Bay 44 28.7'
73 14.4'
60 Mostly intact. Sensitive site registration please.
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General Butler
Burlington Harbor Breakwater - South Edge, West Side 44 28.3'
73 13.7'
40 88' x 14' 1862 sailing canal boat - sunk 1876, mostly intact.
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1:40,000   NOS chart 14782   For higher detail use NOS chart 14785 1:10,000 scale
Note: 14785 chart image is available as a no charge download from Charts-USA.com
Phoenix    Horse Ferry    OJ Walker    General Butler    Coal Barge    Stone Boat    Champlain II   


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