William H. Stevens3D Model
William H. Stevens
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The 117 ft Schooner William H Stevens was built in 1855 in Cleveland by Peck and Masters. Not much is documented about its sinking other than it wrecked on the rocks between Scarecrow and Bird Islands of Thunderbay, MI and eventually stripped and abandoned. Today is is buoyed as a kayak and dive site in NOAA Thunderbay National Marine Sanctuary. The wreck is flattened in shallow water but most of the wreck is still on site. The model was created from 1,316 thirty megapixel still images.