Discovered in 1971, the Arabia was carrying corn when she was blown ashore by a gale. She sank later into deep water. The crew was rescued by a passing tug. She also sailed to Glasgow with wheat and flour in 1854 and remained in the coasting trade of Britain nearly a year.
She was rebuilt in 1863, 1874 and had major repairs done in 1882. She\'s now resting in 115 ft of water near Echo Island in the Georgian Bay. At the moment of the discovery, an anchor with the name A.E. Hart was found on the wreck.