The Fred Mercur was destroyed by a fire in her current resting place near Stanley Island. The entire crew was saved by a cottager with his... rowboat.
Apparently the wreck survived quite well to her damages because she\'s holding together pretty well. The stern is in 5 ft of water when the bow lies in around 45 ft. A larger piece of the wreck, detached from the main structure is resting at 30 ft from the propeller.
The current is strong and the visibility is not good. Bring a light and use the wreck to shield yourself from the current.
The wreck is usually indicated by a jug floating on the surface, 2000 ft from the highway in a small bay. Beware of the wreck\'s bow that might be only 5 ft below the surface when approaching her and be a hazard for your boat.
Pay attention to details and you can spot marine life like fresh water eels in the various holes surrounding the wreck.