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Database Information Shipwreck City of Sheboygan

Basic Information

Name(s)  City of Sheboygan
Registry  CA
Official Number 125218, C137894
Vessel Type Schooner
Year Built 1871
Year Sank
Hull Material Wood
Engines None


Length 135 ft
Width  30 ft
Depth  10 ft

Vessel History

Complete Historic Information Linkhttps://greatlakeships.org/2895992/data?n=1 , https://www.divebrockville.com/pictonwr

Wreck Site Information

Lake Ontario
State or Province Ontario
100 ft
GPS Coordinates 44° 4.580′ N 076° 44.029′ W
Site Description The hull and deck is very intact with final cargo and many machinery artifacts including masts, booms, capstan, windlass, winches.

Model Information


Photographer(s) Kayla Martin, Durrell Martin, Ken Merryman
Year Captured June 2022
Time it took to capture 30 min

Modeler Information

Modeler Matthew Charlesworth
Date Completed 11-2022
Hours of input to complete 6 hrs

Technical Information


Camera – Canon 5d Mark IV in a Nauticam Housing with an 8” Dome Port, 1- GoPro
Lens – Canon EF Zoom 8-15mm set at 15 mm
Sensor – 36.0 x24.0mm Cmos 30.4 megapixel
Multi-Camera Rig – No
Camera Propulsion – DPV, Diver
 Video or Stills – Stills, Video
Number of images Submitted – 2,667
Image resolution (pixels) 6720 x4480, 3840 x 2160
Lighting – Artificial & Natural
Number of lights – 4
If known Kelvin Temperature CRI 90
Light Output Lumens 2×10000, 2×5000

Model Information

Software Used Agisoft Metashape Standard Version 1.8.3 Build 14331
Data Format .jpg converted from RAW & 4k video
Number of Source Images used – 1,892
Are these images original or adjusted; Adjusted
If Scale Bars, calibration length – 
Portion of the site covered: Complete

Publishing Restrictions

Ownership/Payment Restrictions None
Usage Restrictions None

Resource Data in Database

Model  Yes
Source Images  Yes
Source CC .jpg
Number of Still Images 2,667
Video Clip None
Processing Report Yes
Camera Calibration .xml No