The wreck is resting on the starboard side but still upright. The stern is in 15 ft of water when the bow lies near the 60 ft line. The Islander is located just off the shoreline of Alexandria Bay. She is angled slightly upstream with a very slight current, which makes this site a very pleasurable dive.This wreck is not buoyed. The best way to find it is to snorkel East until in front of the hospital, and submerge there. Once down at 30 feet, head East and the wreck should be in sight a maximum of five minutes later. Never leave the 30-60 ft range or you will miss it. If you do not find the wreck\'s bow after five minutes, head back West in order not to wander too far and get caught in the river\'s current.Safety precautions to take here are to not wander deeper or further than the stern\'s depth of 65 feet, since that will lead you out of the current-protected area of the river the ship is situated in. Also fly a Divers Down flag (required by law in the State of New York), as boaters in summer often dock in front of the pavillion.