Unidentified shipwreck found in Lake Michigan
March 31, 2011 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- A shipwreck that may date back to the 1830s has been discovered in Lake Michigan.
The wreck was found off southwestern Michigan in water 250-feet deep between Saugatuck and South Haven.
The 60-foot, single mast vessel was found by the group Michigan Shipwreck Research.
Members were looking for remnants of a 1950 plane crash when they discovered the ship. It is said to be in good condition.
Researchers hope to identify the ship by summer.
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