Site NameMuscallonge (bow)
3 Miles E of Brockville / N44°36'14" W75°39'14"
SOS Thousand Islands
Body of Water:
Nylon - twist
Buoy Anchor Type:
Cement - Large
Two blocks at this site, but only one SOS buoy as per CCG. The stern section is well off site in the shipping channel.
On August 15, 1936 while towing a barge to Toronto, the Muscallonge caught fire near Brockville. Realizing the situation was critical, the captain ran the ship ashore where it broke in two and sank.
Buoy Status Updates
|Site Name||Record Date||Buoy Status||NOTSHIP#||Comment|
|Muscallonge (bow)||23/10/2022||Swapped||SPAR buoy removed for winter, plastic jug installed.|
|Muscallonge (bow)||12/11/2021||Swapped||NW-C-2072-21||SPAR buoy have been replaced by a winter plastic jug.|
|Muscallonge (bow)||16/11/2020||Swapped||The SPAR buoy is now remove for winter and was replaced by a plastic jug. SPAR buoy will be back in place early spring like usual.|