They looked past the dock location, theorizing the captain might have shot past it in order to drift into Wiarton.
It was on about the second or third pass that their sonar picked up the wreck. Owen Sound Sun Times More on the Jane Miller here Famous for it's Pickerel dinners and a must stop for boats heading north among the 30,000 islands ...
Separate dockage for seaplanes and the helicopter pad.
The docks have deep water and can accommodate a 100 foot yacht.
This is an asset sale and the owner's will help in the transition period.
Staff accommodations on site with female dorm style cottage, and 3 bunkies for the male employees. Water taxi available from area marinas such as Georgian Bay Marina, Moose Deer Point Marina and others.
Merryman, a founder of the Great Lakes Shipwreck Preservation Society, said history told them the Jane Miller went down between Big Bay, at the mouth of Colpoys Bay inlet, and what was Spencer's dock.
We found it fairly quick and it was in a diveable depth, said Merryman. Henry's has to be one of the most unusual restaurants in Canada.
Accessible only by water or air its also a Federal airport served by five commercial airlines (float planes).
The wreck was found in Colpoys Bay, an inlet of Georgian Bay leading to Wiarton on the east side of the Bruce Peninsula north of Owen Sound in Georgian Bay.
The ship mostly is structurally intact with its mast still standing, rising within 23 metres of the surface.