Seatsea Watersports, Iowa
Milwaukee Trip
"The Len-Der and her sister ship the Reef Diver make diving the famous wrecks of Milwaukee very easy.  The most popular of these being the Prins Willem V (Prins Willie) a 250 foot Dutch Freighter with only 50 feet of water over the top or the wreck and 80 feet or so at the deepest. Other wrecks include the 906 Dredge, a crane barge that sunk upside down and held up at an angle with her boom, the Gillen Tug, the Norland Steamer, The Milwaukee, and quite a few more.  Depths can range from 30 - 140 feet."

Great Lakes Shipwreck Research
Great Lakes Shipwreck News & Rumor Fall 2003
"In September 2003, Milwaukee charter captain and wreck hunter Jerry Guyer announced the discovery of a small wreck off the Milwaukee breakwall. The vessel is a steamer of about 50 ft in length with a small steam engine and propeller still present. She appears to be a large steam powered fish tug of late 19th century build, but remains unidentified."

MN Scuba Board
Milwaukee Diving
"Jason and I had some incredible dives this weekend in Lake Michigan out of Milwaukee. We dove three different wrecks...the Milwaukee, Prins Willem V and the Dredge 906.  We dove off the Len-der charter.  Captain Jerry Guyer runs a great charter and provided us with some excellent dives.  I highly recommend him."