Site NameMuscallonge (stern)
3 Miles E of Brockville / N44°36'14" W75°39'10"
- Site ID:
SOS Thousand Islands
Body of Water:
Nylon - twist
Buoy Anchor Type:
Cement - Large
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 (stern)||23/10/2022||Swapped||SPAR buoy removed for winter, plastic jug installed.|
|Muscallonge (stern)||12/11/2021||Swapped||NW-C-2072-21||SPAR buoy have been replaced by a winter plastic jug.|
|Muscallonge (stern)||14/08/2021||Deployed||Regular SPAR buoy is back at the surface for summer season.|
|Muscallonge (stern)||22/07/2021||Removed||Plastic winter jug is gone, mooring line is lying at the bottom, need to retrieve it and attach the SPAR buoy to it.|