West of Prescott / N44°42'0" W75°31'37"
Side Paddle wheel
Body of Water:
Nylon - twist
Buoy Anchor Type:
Cement - Small
9 blocks 50+ pounds each. Most often dove from shore. Swim on surface to jug, then follow line to wreck.
Collided with tug Myra September 12, 1889. 2 lives lost on the Myra, none on Rothesay. Wreck was dynamited in 1901 for military practice. Notice the safe has no door. Go figure!
Buoy Status Updates
|Site Name||Record Date||Buoy Status||NOTSHIP#||Comment|
|Rothesay||24/10/2022||Removed||NW-C-1888-22||Spar buoy removed for the winter by Dominique Gingras from EPSO and replaced with a temporary jug,|
|Rothesay||09/04/2022||Deployed||NW-C-2112-21||Spar buoy deployed for the season by Dominique Gingras from EPSO.|
|Rothesay||20/11/2021||Removed||NW-C-2112-21||Spar buoy removed for the winter and replaced with a jug.|
|Rothesay||21/05/2021||Deployed||NW-C-0648-21||Spar buoy deployed by Dominique Gingras from EPSO and Stephan Senecal from the 1000 Islands Chapter.|
|Rothesay||27/10/2019||Removed||NW-C-2639-19||Removed for the winter by Tom Scott from SOS 1000 Islands.|