Eastcliffe Hall - secondary mooring

Location: 
St. Lawrence River - Crysler Park
Organization: 
SOS Ottawa
Nation: 
Canadian
Built Year: 
Late 1940s early 1950s
Built Location: 
Quebec
Built By: 
Canadian Vickers
Wreck Type: 
Shipwreck
Rig: 
none
Length: 
349 feet
Draft: 
approx 20 feet
Tonnage: 
unknown
Description: 
The Eastcliffe Hall is a current SOS buoyed site. The site currently has a spar buoy. This site is extremely popular in the summer. At times there are more that 3 boats moored to the spar buoy.This puts alot of strain on a single mooring. The Ottawa chapter is proposing that a secondary conical buoy be installed downstream of the current spar buoy. The Ottawa Chapter will required a conical buoy for this proposed secondary mooring site. This will provide a much safer location for diving operations at this site.
Sank Year: 
1970
Hull Material: 
Steel
Body of Water: 
St. Lawrence River

Location

44° 55' 32.2932" N, 75° 6' 3.7332" W
Depth min: 
60 feet
Depth max: 
75 feet
Current: 
>4 Knots
Buoy Type: 
Conical
Line Size: 
3/4"
Buoy Anchor Type: 
Wreck / Site

 

Buoy Status Updates

Site Name Record Date Buoy Status NOTSHIP# Comment
Eastcliffe Hall - secondary mooring 12 10 2014 Not Buoyed
Eastcliffe Hall - secondary mooring 23 05 2014 Unknown

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