The following information is taken from Atlantic Diver Guide, volume II: Nova Scotia by David N. Barron, 1988, suplemented by information from the dive log of William Schleihauf.
The wreckage is scattered over the bottom, in depths of circa 35 feet to well over 130. She is lying on a steeply sloping shelf, with a sudden drop off: looking down, you can see a boiler and a section of the stern.
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