John Butler Johnson II Clay Banks


History

Discovered in 1998 off Pier Cove during a side scan sonar survey, these underwater
undulating peaks and valleys are so irregular, they were originally mistaken for shipwreck
debris.

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John Butler Johnson II Clay Banks

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John Butler Johnson II Clay Banks 42.582733, -86.255967 John Butler Johnson II Clay Banks Page

 

Today

This site offers an exciting close up view of the remains of glacial action.

Diving

Located 50 to 55 feet deep. Divers should tow a flag while diving this site and use a compass, as it can be difficult to relocate the buoy or anchor line.

 

Location

Need GPS
GPS 42deg 00.000min / 86deg 00.000min

Decimal Degrees (WGS84)

Latitude Longitude
42.582733 -86.255967

Degrees, Minutes & Seconds

Latitude Longitude
N42 34 57 W86 15 21

GPS

Latitude Longitude
N 42 34.964 W 86 15.358

UTM

X Y
16N 561054 4714748