Mystic (1866)
Scroll Down
By The Numbers
0
Built
0
Sank
0
Lives Lost
0
Depth (ft)
 
 
Final Voyage


"The Mystic, a deck stay-sail schooner, had been leased by her skipper Captain Schuenemann to get a load of Christmas trees for Chicago at Little Bay do Noc. But alas, she never cleared Death's Door ... the rocks of Pilot Island claimed her. It was a sad sight to witness as this attractive vessel with a green hull and white bulwarks was pounded to bits by the easterly gales. Within a few weeks, the craft's after end was so badly splinterd that her owners stripped her rigging and abandoned her. $2500 of insurance was collected from Lloyd's as a result of this disaster."
Service History


Over the years the Mystic was bought and sold at least eight times. She was involved in a serious collision with the Sheboyganon June 10th, 1883, but was rebuilt. Last Document Surrendered Chicago 5/3/1895:"Vessel Lost"
 
Nearby
© 2017 - Wisconsin Sea Grant, Wisconsin Historical Society