BUAR classifies certain shipwrecks and other underwater archaeological resources as "Exempted Sites" for a variety of reasons, including (but not limited to): commonly known location, previous salvage, recreational value, educational value, or lack of significant archaeological or historical value. Recreational diving activities on these sites, including casual artifact collection, do not require a BUAR permit. However, any major disruption of the site is prohibited. The intent of creating an exempted shipwreck site is to preserve such sites for the continued enjoyment of the recreational diving community, who is encouraged to protect these sites for the continued enjoyment of all.
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Description: fishing vessel, wood.
Dimensions: length 104.1 ft., width 15 ft., depth 8.1 ft.
Tonnage: gross 82, other.
Propulsion: diesel; propellor.
Machinery: 171, horse power.
Date Sunk: September 15, 1955.
Location: Between the Little Salvages and the Dry Salvages off Rockport.
Coordinates: latitude 42° 40' 25" N; longitude 70° 34' 19" W.
In Brad Luther's 1967 publication New England Shipwrecks, he describes the vessel as lying alongside to the west of "the large rock located between the Dry Salvages and Little Salvages," which can be located at low water by waves breaking over it.
Constructed: in 1917, at Boston, Massachusetts.
Construction details: Boston Beam Trawler.
Owners: Matteo Logrande.
Home or Hailing Port: Gloucester, Massachusetts.
Former Name(s) and date(s): Salvatore & Rosalie (1932, first appeared in registry).
Official number: 231067. Country: U.S.A.
Merchant Vessels of the United States; 1956
Merchant Vessels of the United States, Vessels Lost Chapter; 1957
New England Shipwrecks, Luther, 1967