Lake Ontario Shipwrecks - NY 8112 BA - Fishing Boat

Found by:  Dan Scoville & Chris Koberstein

Date found - June 6th 2011, Date filmed - July 2012

Location:  Off Oswego, NY

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Dan Scoville with ROV

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Chris Koberstein wth ROV
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The Discovery Team​
Dan Scoville is an experienced cave and technical diver. In 2005, Dan led the development of an underwater remote operated vehicle (ROV) with a team of college seniors from the Rochester Institute of Technology. He is currently a project manager and electrical engineer for Oceaneering International in Houston, TX

 

Chris Koberstein is an experienced cave, technical and rebreather diver. Chris uses sophisticated rebreather diving equipment to explore depths to over 300 feet. Chris works as an aviation maintenance technician with Air Canada.

Contact information​
Dan Scoville - cell 1-832-423-6318
DanieljScoville@gmail.com


Chris Koberstein – home 1-450-458-3590 cell 1-514-236-0824
ckoberstein@aol.com

NY 8112 BA  Fishing Boat

Found in deep water off Oswego NY this is another boat that should have been easy to identify.  However dispite the NYS registration number cearly showning on is port and starboard bow its story has remained illusive.  The exipriation date on the registation sticker is 2004 making it likely that it sank approximately 10 years ago in either 2003 or 2004.

 

The small boat appears to have been fishing  when it got in trouble.  Downriggers and fishing line clutter the aft area of the boat.  

 

Several attempts to identify this boat using the NYS registration number met with dead ends.  In addition searches in several local newspapers did not result in any leads.  Any information that would help identify this boat would be welcome.