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No. 6 Dredge
Dredge which sunk while in tow of E. James Fucik near Milwaukee, Wis., May 23, 1956. In 30 to 70 feet of water, she is upside down held off the bottom with her boom.

  • Dredge No. 6: Structure
  • Dredge No. 6: Diver coming through
  • Dredge No. 6: Crane
  • Dredge No. 6: Clamshell
  • Dredge No. 6: Wreck
  • Dredge No. 6
  • Dredge No. 6: Debris
  • Dredge No. 6: Diver
  • Dredge No. 6: Stabilizer
  • Dredge No. 6: Crane
  • Dredge No. 6: Bow
  • Dredge No. 6: Bridge
  • Dredge No. 6: Clamshell
  • Dredge No. 6: Debris
  • Dredge No. 6: Funnel
  • Dredge No. 6: Controls
  • Dredge No. 6: Structure
  • Dredge No. 6: Structure
  • Dredge No. 6: Ladder Cage
  • Dredge No. 6: Spike
  • Dredge No. 6: Door
  • Dredge No. 6: Reel
  • Dredge No. 6: Hull
  • Dredge No. 6: Controls
  • Dredge No. 6: Fork
  • Dredge No. 6: Image
  • Dredge No. 6: Steam Drum
  • Dredge No. 6: Coal Bunker
  • Dredge No. 6: Image
  • Dredge No. 6: Carrie
  • Dredge No. 6: Controls
  • Dredge No. 6: Image
  • Dredge No. 6: Broken Towing Cleat
  • Dredge No. 6: Clamshell
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Other Names: none
Vessel Specifications: 120x40x40 tn.685
Type of Vessel: Barge
Depth to Deck: 30 ft (9m)
Depth to Bottom: 70 ft (21m)
How it Sunk: Sunk while in tow of tug E. JAMES FUSIK.
Date of Loss: 1956, May 23
Place of Loss: 6 mi E of Milwaukee
Lives Loss: 9 of at least 10
References: Shipwreck File by Dave Swayze