The SMITH MOORE, a 260-foot three masted wooden steamer which sank in the Munising East Channel,July 13, 1889 as the result of damages suffered in a collision. Resting intact in about 100 feet of water with visibility of 20-40 feet. Divers with intermediate to advanced skills will enjoy this wreck. Divers have easy access to some portions of the interior of the vessel through open hatches. The wreck lies nearly intact on the sand bottom. The deck is at 80 feet and divers will find much machinery as well as schools of gamefish at this site.