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Name (text)Her. typeSpecification (shipwreck type)StatusProtectionProcess stepOwner (text)Country of origin (code)Country codeLocation (text)CountryBuilt (Earliest date)Built (Latest date)Commissioning (DD/MM/YYYY)Commissioning (year)Demise (DD/MM/YYYY)Demise (Earliest date)Demise (Latest date)Discovery (year)Aliasses (text)History (text)Description (text)Status (text)SLR 28Google EarthMaSSHull Remains
US Gundalow SpitfireShipwreckGundalow, 1-gunIn situ. Pristinely preserved in 200+ feet of water. Located and documented by the LCMM. NE of Schuyler Island, Lake ChamplainUnited States1776177617761776US Gundalow SpitfirePart of Benedict Arnold's fleet to ensure Continental control of Lake Champlain. Foundered due to damaged sustained at the Battle of Valcour Island. Abandoned during the withdrawal to Schuyler Island on 13 Oct 1776.NA
Washington (Lady Washington)ShipwreckLake-sloopUpright and intact with mast and bowsprit standing in deep water. Discovered in 2016 by Richard Povlowski, Jim Kennard, and Dan Scoville.NW of Oswego, New YorkUnited States1797179718031803WashingtonConstructed on Lake Erie, PA in 1797. Sold to Canadian owners in 1800, transferred to Lake Ontario.NA
Wiawaka Bateaux ClusterShipwreckBateauxRemains of seven bateau. Keels, garboards and lower parts of floors. Remains of 40 bateau known elsewhere and documented by Bateau Below Inc. East side of Lake George, New YorkUnited States1758175817581758BateauxCluster of 7 bateau scuttled in 1758 for recovery in 1759 after winter. Discovered in 1963-4. 7 of 40 known bateau in Lake George.NA
HMS Duke of CumberlandShipwreckBrig, 18-gunRemains abandoned in a grove of trees at Fort Ticonderoga, heavily deteriorated.Lake Champlain, New York- East of Fort TiconderogaUnited States1759175917671767HMS Duke of Cumberland Built as part of Amherst's Lake Champlain fleet in 1759. Abandoned after 1763. Raised in 1909 for display at Fort Ticonderoga, now largely deteriorating. NA
Ticonderoga French SloopShipwreckSloopRemains of lower hull.Lake Champlain, New York- East of Fort TiconderogaUnited States17671767TiconderogaBuilt by French on Lake Champlain. Captured 1759. Discovered 1983 near the HMS Boscawen.NA
Ticonderoga BateauShipwreckBateauUnknownLake ChamplainUnited StatesRemains of a large bateau discovered in 1983 near the Boscawen and French Sloop.NA