Site NameJulia B. Merrill

  • Location:

    2m from Downtown Toronto, 1m S of Sligo / N43°37'8.3388" W79°26'44.5812"

  • Site ID:

    53

  • Organization:

    SOS Toronto

  • Record Date:

    June 11,2003

  • Wreck Type:

    Schooner

  • Rig:

    3 masted

  • Length:

    128

  • Hull Material:

    Wood

  • Body of Water:

    Lake Ontario

  • Depth min:

    60

  • Depth max:

    60

  • Current:

    No Current

  • Buoy Type:

    Conical

  • Line Type:

    Polypro - twist

  • Line Size:

    46

  • Buoy Anchor Type:

    Cement - Large

  • SOS Plaque:

    No

  • Notes:

    Originally numbered 75478 and registered in USA. The burned out hull reveals the keel. N 43 37.139 W 079 26.743

  • Description:

    Purposely set ablaze as entertainment for the summer time crowd at Sunnyside Park on July 1, 1931

Buoy Status Updates

Site Name Record Date Buoy Status NOTSHIP# Comment
Julia B. Merrill31/10/2020SwappedNW-C-2107-20 REMOVED SOS orange-and-white spar buoy e/w internal radar reflector, flashing light, and self-retracting mooring pennant, and DEPLOYED temporary overwintering marker, ~20 litre red nylon jug
Julia B. Merrill23/05/2020DeployedNW-C-0657-20Removed temporary overwintering jug and deployed SOS spar buoy e/w internal radar reflector, flashing yellow light, and self-retracting mooring pennant.
Julia B. Merrill09/10/2019SwappedNW-C-2493-19REMOVED SOS Orange & White SPAR Buoy e/w Radar Reflector, Flashing Light, & Self-Retracting Pennant PLACED 20 Litre Black Nylon Jug and Large White Fender Overwintering Marker
Julia B. Merrill11/05/2019DeployedNW C-0696-19Chris Phinney & Raimund Krob REMOVED Overwintering Marker and PLACED an SOS Orange & White SPAR Buoy e/w Radar Reflector, Flashing Light, & Self-Retracting Pennant
Julia B. Merrill18/11/2018SwappedC2858/18SWAPPED SOS Orange & White SPAR Buoy e/w Radar Reflector, Flashing Light, & Tagline for Overwintering Marker (Two 2-gallon black nylon jugs).

Save Ontario Shipwrecks gratefully acknowledge the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport, Culture Programs Unit and our many sponsors for their support. We also gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation, an agency of the Ministry of Culture.