On Sunday we went out to test our Klein Side Scan Sonar and Sub-Bottom Profiler equipment. So we decided to head out to do imaging of the sunken ship wreck of the Straits of Mac about 12 miles NE from Diversey Harbor in Chicago Illinois.















Here is a sample of the kinds of underwater imaging we got from Sundays day out on the lake. The Straits of Mac is in 78ft of water…… you can easily see her Bow, Topside superstructure, and Stern. The wavy parts you see in the image are due to the Double Jameson moving up and down over the waves, thus shifting the Sonars relative position to the wreck while performing the imaging.




















Here are my actual dive photos of the Bow and Superstructure of the Straits of Mac Wreck..