A victim of a WWII U-boat attack, the Tolten lies at nearly 100 feet. Her 300 feet of wreckage is largely flattened out amidships, but her bow and stern have some large, intact section. A line reel is a good idea.
The Vivian, identified as the Estelle Phinney which sank in 1907 after a collision with the Elizabeth Palmer, is a low-lying wooden wreck that is easy to navigate. An artifact or two will occasionally come up. Keep a sharp eye out on this wreck.