The giant 242 ft schooner barge Newell Eddy was built in 1890 by master carpenter James Davidson, who pushed the size limits of schooner barge design far beyond the limits of previously built schooners. After only three years of service in 1893 while being towed by steamer Charles A. Eddy, the Newell Eddy broke loose in a storm off Spectacle Reef, Lake Huron shortly after passing through the Straits. It was lost with all hands and and remained lost until 1992 when it was discovered by the research vessel Laurentian. It now lies in 168 ft of water nearly intact with masts still standing although not shown in the model. The model was created from 2,092 30 megapixel RAW images shot in 40 ft of visibility on one long dive by Andrew Goodman. Although there are some obvious image alignment issues on the stern and the masts were deemed not worth the extra effort o capture, the model is a fairly complete representation of this amazing example of turn of the century schooner barge design.