The Aloha was built by Williams Dulac in Mt. Clemens,Michigan in 1888. While in tow by the C.W. Chamberlain, en route to Kingston, the Aloha foundered in a gale with the loss of one life. In August 1963 the Aloha was discovered by local divers. The hull is mostly intact, and this site is often used as a training dive. Most of the artifacts have been removed and the winch can be viewed at the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes, located in Kingston, ON. A fascinating aspect of the Aloha are the Roman numeral depth markings on the bow.
Off Nine-Mile Point, Simcoe Island, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
Depth: 55' (16.8 m)