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ROBERT A. SNOW

The Robert A. Snow, which was built in Rockland, Maine, in 1886, is also known to many local divers as the Derrick Barge.  On February 8,1899, the  schooner, while bound from Barren Island to Rockaway Inlet, sank with her cargo of fertilizer.  She now lies two miles northeast of Rockaway Point in 23 feet of water.  Her boilers, ribs and some machinery can still be seen. This wreck is excellent for fishing or spearing black fish. This wreck is inshore from the Black Warrior Shipwreck.
 
 
   

 

 

 

 
 

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