Attractions Mooring Buoy
Attraction Name Description
Appomattox Buoy Lying in about 15-20 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible, although the long flight of steps leading down to Atwater Beach makes this an easier boat dive than shore dive. A popular shipwreck for new divers, as well as snorkelers and kayakers, the Appomattox can often be seen fro...
Australasia Buoy Lying in about 20 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible by boat or kayak. Australasia is a popular shipwreck for beginner divers, and the bow and stern sections remain partially intact. The site is marked with a seasonal Wisconsin Historical Society shipwreck mooring buoy, allowi...
Carrington Buoy Lying in nearly 60 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible by boat. Carrington is a popular shipwreck for beginner divers, and remains scattered on the bottom of Green Bay. The site is marked with a seasonal Wisconsin Historical Society shipwreck mooring buoy, allowing boats to tie...
Christina Nilsson Buoy Lying in about 10 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible by boat. Christina Nilsson is a popular shipwreck for beginner divers. The site is marked with a seasonal Wisconsin Historical Society shipwreck mooring buoy, allowing boats to tie up directly above the site while protecting...
Daniel Lyons Buoy Lying in about 100 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible by boat. Daniel Lyons is a popular shipwreck for advanced divers, and despite its broken hull, large sections of the hull, machinery, and elements of the ship's rigging make this an incredibly interesting dive site. The sit...
Dredge No. 6 Buoy Also known as Fitz Simons & Connell Dredge No. 6 (and by some wreck divers as Dredge 906). Lying in about 75 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible by boat and remains one of Milwaukee's most popular dive sites for intermediate divers. With the considerable overhead environment on...
Francis Hinton Buoy Lying in about 15 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible by boat. Francis Hinton is a popular shipwreck for beginner divers, and remains partially intact with the compound engine resting off her starboard side, and her boiler rising to within 5 feet of the surface. The site is mar...
Frank O'Connor Buoy Lying in about 70 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible by boat. Frank O'Connor is a popular shipwreck for intermediate divers. The site is marked with a seasonal Wisconsin Historical Society shipwreck mooring buoy, allowing boats to tie up directly above the site while protectin...
Hetty Taylor Buoy Lying in about 100 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible by boat. Hetty Taylor is a popular shipwreck for intermediate divers, and remains intact. The site is marked with a seasonal Wisconsin Historical Society shipwreck mooring buoy, allowing boats to tie up directly above the s...
Jennibel Buoy Lying in about 120 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible by boat. Jennibel is a popular shipwreck for advanced divers, and remains mostly intact. The site is marked with a seasonal Wisconsin Historical Society shipwreck mooring buoy, allowing boats to tie up directly above the si...
Kate Kelly Buoy Lying in about 55 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible by boat. Kate Kelly is a popular shipwreck for beginner divers, and with the schooner's keelson assembly, windlass, starboard bow section, and portions of the centerboard easily discernable, it remains a great site to explor...
Lucerne Buoy Lying in about 20 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible by boat. Lucerne is a popular shipwreck for beginner divers, and remains mostly intact with machinery remaining. The site is marked with a seasonal Wisconsin Historical Society shipwreck mooring buoy, allowing boats to tie u...
Lumberman Buoy Lying in about 60 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible by boat. Lumberman is a popular shipwreck for beginner divers, and remains mostly intact. The site is marked with a seasonal Wisconsin Historical Society shipwreck mooring buoy, allowing boats to tie up directly above the si...
Mahoning Buoy Lying in about 40 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible by boat. Mahoning is a popular shipwreck for beginning divers. The site is marked with a seasonal Wisconsin Historical Society shipwreck mooring buoy, allowing boats to tie up directly above the site while protecting the shi...
McMullen and Pitz Dredge Buoy Lying in about 85 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible by boat. McMullen and Pitz Dredge is a popular shipwreck for intermediate divers, and remains mostly intact. The site is marked with a seasonal Wisconsin Historical Society shipwreck mooring buoy, allowing boats to tie up di...
Meridian Buoy Lying in about 40 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible by boat. Meridian is a popular beginner for advanced divers. The site is marked with a seasonal Wisconsin Historical Society shipwreck mooring buoy, allowing boats to tie up directly above the site while protecting the shipw...
Milwaukee Buoy Lying in about 130 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible by boat. Milwaukee is one of the most popular shipwrecks near Milwaukee for advanced divers, and remains mostly intact with a cargo of rail cars still on board. The site is marked with a seasonal Wisconsin Historical Societ...
Niagara Buoy Lying in about 55 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible by boat. Niagara is a popular shipwreck for beginner divers, and features the remains of one of the early palace paddle wheel steamers in Lake Michigan. The site is marked with a seasonal Wisconsin Historical Society shipwre...
Noquebay Buoy Lying in about 15 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible by boat or kayak. Noquebay is a popular shipwreck for beginner divers. The site is marked with a seasonal Wisconsin Historical Society shipwreck mooring buoy, allowing boats to tie up directly above the site while protecting...
Northerner Buoy Lying in about 135 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible by boat. Northerner is a popular shipwreck for advanced divers, and remains mostly intact. The site is marked with a seasonal Wisconsin Historical Society shipwreck mooring buoy, allowing boats to tie up directly above the ...
Ocean Wave Buoy Lying in about 110 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible by boat. Ocean Wave is a popular shipwreck for advanced divers, and remains mostly intact with a screaming eagle figurehead still visible. The site is marked with a seasonal Wisconsin Historical Society shipwreck mooring bu...
Pilot Island Site Buoy The Pilot Island shipwrecks rest in 20-50 feet of water where the remains of three shipwrecks, J.E. Gilmore, A.P. Nichols, and Forest can be investigated. A popular shipwreck for new divers, as well as snorkelers and kayakers, the Pilot Island wrecks can often be seen from the surface. The site ...
Pretoria Buoy Lying in about 55 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible by boat. Pretoria is a popular shipwreck for beginner divers, and the lower hull of which remains mostly intact. The site is marked with a seasonal Wisconsin Historical Society shipwreck mooring buoy, allowing boats to tie u...
Prins Willem V Buoy Lying in about 85 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible by boat. Prins Willem V is a popular shipwreck for intermediate divers, and remains entirely intact, with opportunities for some hull penetration. The site is marked with a seasonal Wisconsin Historical Society shipwreck moo...
S.C.Baldwin Buoy Lying in about 60 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible by boat. S.C. Baldwin is a popular shipwreck for intermediate divers, and is largely broken, though many artifacts and implements make this an interesting dive. The site is marked with a seasonal Wisconsin Historical Society...
Selah Chamberlain Buoy Lying in about 85 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible by boat. Selah Chamberlain is a popular shipwreck for intermediate divers. The site is marked with a seasonal Wisconsin Historical Society shipwreck mooring buoy, allowing boats to tie up directly above the site while protec...
Sevona Buoy Lying in about 25 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible by boat. Sevona is a popular shipwreck for beginner divers. The site is marked with a seasonal Wisconsin Historical Society shipwreck mooring buoy, allowing boats to tie up directly above the site while protecting the shipwr...
Wisconsin Buoy Lying in about 130 feet of water, the shipwreck site is easily accessible by boat. Wisconsin is a popular shipwreck for advanced divers, and remains mostly intact with a cargo of cars still on board. The site is marked with a seasonal Wisconsin Historical Society shipwreck mooring buoy, allowing ...
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