The Northeast Sailer Wreck is a favorite in this area and a great way to start off the diving season. At 75 feet, it is low lying and good for fish and lobsters. Off the port bow are a couple of anchors and some frames worth exploring. Astute divers will notice she carries cargo of steam engines.
The Cadet, identified as the John H. Winstead which sank in 1927, is 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.