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Lightship


Description: Trawler; Wood
Dimensions:   length - 104.1 ft.    width - 15 ft.   depth - 8.1 ft.
     Tonnage:     gross -  82,               other -
  Propulsion: Diesel; Single propeller
  Machinery: 171 horsepower engine
        Cargo:


The Shipwreck

    Date Sunk: September 15, 1955
          Cause: Foundered
      Location: Cape Ann, between the Little Salvages and the Dry Salvages off Rockport.
 Coordinates:   Latitude, 42o - 40' - 25"N   Longitude,70o - 34' - 19"W
           Loran:
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Dive Site Conditions

    Depth in feet:    maximum -    ;    minimum -
Visibility in feet:      average -    

   Brad Luther's 1967 publication New England Shipwrecks describes the vessel as lying alongside to the west of , "the large rock located between the Dry Salvages and Little Salvages". Which can be located at low water by swells passing over it.

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Historical Background

Constructed:    year - 1917;    where - Boston, Massachusetts
                      builder -
Construction details: Boston beam trawler.
Crew:     ;     Master:
Owners: Matteo Logrande
Home or Hailing Port: Gloucester, Massachusetts
Former Name(s) and date(s):
Salvatore & Rosalie (1932, first appeared in registry)

Official number: 231067      Country: U.S.A.
Other Comments:
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Salvage

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Sources:
AWOIS; 1988
MapTech Mapserver
Merchant Vessels of the United States; 1956
Merchant Vessels of the United States, Vessels Lost Chapter; 1957
New England Shipwrecks, Luther, 1967

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   These files are under construction. Any information, specifically dive site related, would be greatfully appreciated.  

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