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The remains of the Glenlyon may be found off the south side of Isle Royale near Menagerie Island in Siskiwit Bay. This area is often exposed to heavy weather but can be a great alternate focus of diving activity when the north side is taking a beating. A 328-foot steel bulk freighter, the Glenlyon was built in 1893 and sank in 1924. Although broken up and distributed over a large area now called Glenlyon Shoals, it makes a fascinating dive site.
This model combines multiple days worth of diver operations on a full site survey of the Glenlyon. It features the bow and stern of the ship as well as other points of interest including the ship’s boiler. The boiler has moved significantly since the last survey of this site in the 1980s.
Photography by Brett Seymour
Created in Metashape from 17,523 images by Bryce Sprecher