The 50 ft. tug Hercules was built to support the Twin Cities Rapid Transit Company boats in 1917. Hercules was sunk in 1926 after the Como, Minnehaha, and White Bear. Her superstructure and machinery were removed from the hull prior to her scuttling. The wreck lies in 40-50 ft of water north of Big Island in Lake Minnetonka, Minnesota. Cabins are gone and all that survives is the hull and deck. The name is still visible near the bow. This is the second time we have modeled this wreck – the other being with 2010 photomosaic imagery. The model has some obvious gaps on the port side caused by poor visibility, a featureless silt cover and camera issues and had to be stitched together with control points, but is still more complete than the previous version. It was created from 840-30 megapixel RAW images shot in 10 ft of visibility in May of 2021.