USS Mohawk

The cutter Mohawk was named for a Native American tribe, part of the Iroquois Confederation, which originally dwelt in the Mohawk River Valley, New York, but was forced to flee to Canada for having sided with the Loyalists during the American Revolution…

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USS Mohawk Wreck Information:

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Charlie’s Reef.  28 miles west of Red Fish Pass.
July 2, 2012
N26 33.075′, W82 43.481′
87 feet to the sand.  32 feet to the crow’s nest.
Perfectly upright.  Bow faces due East.
165 feet
36 feet

USS Mohawk Reef Site

 

 


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