Wreck Fresh water
Tug, sitting upright on the bottom, nearly completely intact. The Mary Alice B. is recommended for Advanced Divers due to the depth and poor visibility. The Pilot house is intact, and divers can penetrate the engine room, however it tends to silt up quickly. Be careful, know what you're doing.
In 1975, being towed by the Dolphin I, the Mary Alice B began taking on water. Pumping could not keep up, and eventually she sank stern first. She was thought to rest off the Port Sanilac harbor, but was eventually found in 1992 off Lexington Harbor.
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