After about 120 feet of swimming underwater, Mr. Gildea came in contact with a ship: a three-mast wooden schooner that most likely dates back to the mid to late 1800s, sitting down about 20 to 30 feet on the bottom of Henderson Bay. He noted it has the same hull style and construction as the recently discovered Hartford or the John Burt wreck. This video is courtesy of Mr. Gildea, which was recorded during his dive.

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