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Was wondering if anyone had the GPS #'s for this wreck? I had a Loran for the last couple of years, and it died on me at the end of last year, and have bought a new GPS system. So I have the Loran #'s, but now I need the GPS #'s. Or is there a way to convert them? Used to be easier when the damn thing still had a piece out of water, but the last year or 2 it hasn't been visible. Thanks.
 

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Hey Nut there is software that converts it. Check here at the cd. On the left put out by southern charm.
http://www.weak-industries.com/

Where is the pheonix wreck? Is that the civil war ship that was sunk in Mobile Alabama? Ot the 1815 commercial steamboat on Lake Champlain http://www.scuba-newengland.com/DiveSiteDetail.asp?DiveSiteID=221&StateID=VT
Colchester Shoal Buoy 44?32'58.1"N 073?20'05.6"W
Im a landlubber so I need more of a clue. :wink: I doubt its either of these. :D Im assuming you mean somewhere in the Delaware bay.
 

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aha Im getting closer. :lol:

PHOENIX
Type: Side-wheeler 100' or so Size:
Launched: 1808. Built by John Stevens,
Destroyed:
Area: Delaware R. Philadelphia to Trenton
Owner: Stevens, John
Captain and pilots: Capt.
Comments: Ran first steam trip from New Jersey to Delaware Bay.
Had sails.

The Nj DFG website has this page with a link for a book on 1000 NJ wrecks on the bottom. http://www.state.nj.us/dep/fgw/pdf/2001/rfnews01.pdf
 

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Hey Jim thanks for looking. It is the one in the Delaware Bay, but not a real popular one. Always could find a fish or two on it though. I might be able to find without the #'s, but they always help. Thanks again.
 
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