We’re happy to present the next post in the Wisconsin Historical Society’s
chronicle of the Walter B Allen investigation. In this post, Matt Carter
details the trimix and rebreather training that his team undertook in
order to explore the vessel, resting in 175 feet of water at the bottom of
Lake Michigan. The cold, freshwater environment allows for some stellar
photography of the almost entirely intact wreck.
You can view the post by clicking the link on the MUA home page here:
The Museum of Underwater Archaeology