The Bermuda - Munising, MI
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member linkys
N 46° 27.996 W 086° 38.626
16T E 527351 N 5145953
Quick Description: Wooden schooner laying in a protected bay that is a popular Upper Peninsula dive site in the Alger Underwater Preserve.
Location: Michigan, United States
Date Posted: 8/12/2011 7:10:12 AM
Waymark Code: WMC9DW
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Crystal Sound
Views: 2

Long Description:
The Bermuda is a 145 foot wooden schooner that sank in the spring of 1870 when broke loose of its moorings and sank in the protected waters of Grand Island's Murray Bay. Lying upright in only 30 feet of water, her top deck is only 12' below the water's surface making for a very popular dive site for both beginners and advanced divers. Three hatches give access to the cargo hold, and there is also an underwater interpretive trail that shows divers important features of the shipwreck. Easily accessed from Munising, and marked with a white buoy, it is also a stop for the popular shipwreck cruise. Co-ordinates were taken at the dive site while aboard the shipwreck cruise boat.
Water Type: Lake

Salinity: Fresh

Access: Boat (day trip)

Maximum Depth: 30

Typical Visibility: Good (41-60 ft)

Has Reef?: no

Wreck or Submerged Object?: Ship/boat

Underwater Life: Lake fish

Visit Instructions:
1) To log a visit, at least a picture taken at the surface, including any distinguishing landmarks or buoys if present, is required. While you do not have to enter the water, this is encouraged.

2) If you dive at the site, describe your visit including any details you wish to share such as weather, water temperature, visibility, bottom time, and anything of interest that you observed, living or nonliving.
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wildernessmama visited The Bermuda - Munising, MI 2/16/2012 wildernessmama visited it