Sodus Point, N.Y. - A Canadian schooner that sunk in Lake Ontario in the early 1900's was discovered in early July.
Shipwreck searchers Jim Kennard, Dan Scoville, and Roland Stevens said they found the Queen of the Lakes last week by using an underwater remote operated vehicle.
The Queen of the Lakes had a crew of six onboard when it sprang a leak in November 1906.
The three-masted schooner was hauling coal.
The crew abandoned the ship and rowed to shore in a yawl, or small boat.
Jim Kennard said Friday that he and fellow shipwreck enthusiasts Dan Scoville and Roland Stevens located the ship using side-scan sonar in 2009 in waters too deep for divers to reach.
They confirmed the find and captured images of it this month using a remote-operated vehicle.
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