Wreck of the Albert Gallatin
The U. S. Revenue Cutter, Albert Gallatin (42-33-833 N x 70-44-867 W) grounded on Boo Hoo Ledge, off Manchester, MA, on January 6, 1892 She is located in about 50 feet of water on the northwest side of the ledge Sources say she is completely broken up and scattered. Readings fluctuate between GPS and Loran units therefore you will have to use your depth sounder to aid in locating any wreck.
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