The Cadet, identified as the John H. Winstead which sank in 1927, is also at 80 feet. Good for fish and lobsters – and the occasional artifact – it is big; wide and about 240 feet long. The vessel was carrying coal when she sank.
The Delaware is a diggers wreck. Divers have been bringing up artifacts on almost every dive. Burned to the waterline in 1899, the wreck is in just 65 feet of water. Great for sea life, videography and photography.