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Noticing a lot of coated cable/clothes line in the Boneyard at Goderich. Does anyone know if this was laid intentionally at one time to link the chunks? It doesn't do that presently but there's a lot of it around each piece.
I can't answer that. Perhaps Sheila Bender, John Charest, or Marlyn Smith Fevery can answer that. 1 (3 months ago)Marlyn Smith Fevery:
Krissy N can help you.. I will email her for U 2 (3 months ago)Sheila Bender:
There has always been some covered wire & cable out there between rhe pieces. Rope has been put out there from shore & to the wreck pcs & it used to be mark with a jug in the summer. I personally have not done anything out there for a few years (3 months ago)Krissy Graham-Nickle:
I don't think any line was intentionally laid out there (except, as Sheila said, the rope leading out from shore). It's totally acceptable to mark the site with a jug, just let me know so I can submit a NOTSHIP to the Coast Guard. If you're interested, we may still have an SOS buoy to mark the site... although we had bad luck with buoys at that site getting cut loose... (3 months ago)Jon Jackson:
Interested in your thoughts on marking the boneyard Shane Hesch the. See the various comments below. What would be really cool is a VORR around a portion of the labour day wreck. Then we could safely video document what's left of it. Seems like a danger zone though even with a dive flag. (3 months ago)
Hello fello scuba enthusiasts! My name is Shane Hesch and if anyone is looking for a dive buddy or a descent dive in or around Goderich/Bayfield do not hesitate to contact me.
Nice video. That looks like above average vis, at Goderich (4 months ago)