Site NameLyman Davis
Toronto Harbour, East of Toronto Islands / N43°36'7.9200000000001" W79°24'59.76"
- Wreck Type:
Body of Water:
Cone - Plastic
Polypro - twist
Buoy Anchor Type:
The Lyman Davis lies in ~130' of water oriented with her bow pointing in a westerly direction.
One of many derelict ships purchased by the CNE, set afire and adrift circa 1934 to amuse the crowds during the depression years.
Buoy Status Updates
|Site Name||Record Date||Buoy Status||NOTSHIP#||Comment|
|Lyman Davis||05/04/2021||Deployed||NW-C-0285-21||Divers, if you get to the block and notice that the 5-gallon block chain lift jug is missing, wrapped around the mooring line, or is less than 100% full of air, please notify us at [email protected] Thank you.|
|Lyman Davis||31/10/2020||Swapped||NW-C-2108-20||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 blue nylon jug|
|Lyman Davis||23/05/2020||Deployed||NW-C-0658-20||Removed temporary overwintering jug and deployed SOS spar buoy e/w internal radar reflector, flashing yellow light, and self-retracting mooring pennant.|
|Lyman Davis||09/10/2019||Swapped||NW-C2494-19||REMOVED SOS Orange & White SPAR Buoy e/w Radar Reflector, Flashing Light, & Self-Retracting Pennant PLACED 40 Litre Blue Nylon Jug Overwintering Marker|
|Lyman Davis||11/05/2019||Deployed||NW C-0695-19||Tyler Caughill & Taylor Williams on Rick Lymer’s boat REMOVED Overwintering Marker and PLACED SOS Orange & White SPAR Buoy e/w Radar Reflector, Flashing Light, & Self-Retracting Pennant|