Site NameHenry C. Daryaw (north)
St. Lawrence River, W of Brockville / N44°31'33.96" W75°45'45.2988"
SOS Thousand Islands
Body of Water:
Nylon - twist
Buoy Anchor Type:
Cage & Rock
Line tied off to the wreck at the bottom of the Rudder. The hull lies upside down with damage caused when she struck visible. Both props and the rudder are still present as well as the anchors.
Missed the turn in the shipping channel in fog and was standed on a shoal and slid into deep water, November 21, 1941. One life was lost. At the time of the mishap, she was carrying a cargo of coal.
Buoy Status Updates
|Site Name||Record Date||Buoy Status||NOTSHIP#||Comment|
|Henry C. Daryaw (north)||08/12/2019||Checked||NW-C-2930-19|
|Henry C. Daryaw (north)||08/12/2019||Removed|
|Henry C. Daryaw (north)||01/06/2019||Deployed||SPAR buoy deployed.|
|Henry C. Daryaw (north)||01/12/2018||Removed||SPAR buoy have been removed and mooring line have been dropped to the bottom.|
|Henry C. Daryaw (north)||05/12/2017||Swapped||Replaced SOS spar buoy with white 5 gallon jug for the winter|