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Michigan - St. Clair River

M.E. Tremble Wreck

Name: M.E. Tremble
Also Known By: None

Official No.: 90745

Vessel Type: Schooner, wood, 3-mast, grain
Constructed: 1874, Gibson, Suamico, WI
Specifications: 198x34x13, 673g 658n
Date Lost: 1890, Sep 7
Place Lost: Northern end of St. Clair R
Body of Water: St. Clair River
Type of Loss: Collision
Lives Lost: 1
Cargo: Coal
Notes: Upbound in tow of the prop B.W. BLANCHARD, she was rammed by the downbound freighter W.L.WETMORE(qv) in a passing mishap and sank quickly. All but one of the crew made it away in her yawl and were picked up by the carferry HURON. Her remains, lying just west of the shipping channel, were later dynamited as a hazard.
Location: At the end of Whipple Stree in Port Huron.
Loran: ?
Lat/Lon: ?
Depth: 60-65 Feet
Visibility: 10-30 Feet
   

 

 
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