Force Fins and the Wreck of the Defiance

The wreck of the Defiance has been at rest at 185 feet on the bottom of Lake Huron since October 20th 1854. It collided with the John J. Audubon. It was reported that the Defiance struck the Audubon midships, but details to this day are still mysterious. The Defiance was one of the wrecks that the Ocean Futures Society expedition team dove durning filming the PBS Ocean Adventures TV series.
This short piece is from outtakes from America’s Underwater Treasures
and shows the diver using the Excellerating Force Fin to explore the wreck stem to stern.
We would like to thank Jean- Michel Cousteau and the entire Ocean Futures Society Staff for providing us with this footage so we could bring you another Force Fin Experience¬ģ
A special appreciation for time support and shared knowledge goes out to :
Luke Clyburn and the Sea Cadets
Russ Green and the entire staff at the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary and Underwater Preserve.

Camera Operator: Chuck Davis

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Diving on the Wiindiate and The Barney shipwrecks off Presque Isle, Michigan in Lake Huron. Depth ~180′ ave. X-Scooters. Scotty Lang and Scotty Wernette are the divers. Filmed by Brandon Schwartz.

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