It had never occurred to me that there would be sunken vessels beneath Lake Union but they’re there. Bach writes that the Center for Wooden Boats is leading the search for sunken boats at 20 locations.
So far, they’ve found a number of wrecks, Bach writes:
Teams of highly trained and well-equipped volunteer divers have found a dozen shipwrecks — some stacked on top of each other. Those include old sloops, a cannery tender, a powerboat that once was a liveaboard, a 1942 minesweeper named Gypsy Queen, a 1908 Navy barge named Foss 54 and an 1888 tugboat, the J.E. Boyden.