CENTURY OLD SUNKEN SHIP PRESERVED IN PERFECT CONDITION BENEATH LAKE SUPERIOR

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Gunilda was a steel-hulled Scottish-built steam yacht in service between her construction in 1897 and her sinking in Lake Superior in 1911.
Built-in 1897 in Leith, Scotland, the 60-meter-long ‘The Guilda’ sank after being struck by several rocks.

These fantastic photos were taken 107 years after the sinking when a group of small divers revisited the vessel.

Becky Kagan Schott and her team reached Pigeon Gunilda at a depth of 270 feet and photographed her body.

Becky, a professional underwater photographer, cameraman, and technical diving consultant, says that this dangerous dive was something they designed very well.

 

 

 


📸Becky Keagan-Schott




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