A circular skylight collapsed inside the officer’s quarters in the stern of the shipwrecked Coast Guard Cutter McCulloch. To the right of the skylight is a sounding machine that was used to determine the depth of water and was once located on the upper poop deck. The wreck provides habitat for various species of marine life, including vermillion rockfish.
A circular skylight collapsed inside the officer’s quarters in the stern of the shipwrecked Coast Guard Cutter McCulloch. To the right of the skylight is a sounding machine that was used to determine the depth of water and was once located on the upper poop deck. The wreck provides habitat for various species of marine life, including vermillion rockfish. NOAA/USCG/VideoRay
A circular skylight collapsed inside the officer’s quarters in the stern of the shipwrecked Coast Guard Cutter McCulloch. To the right of the skylight is a sounding machine that was used to determine the depth of water and was once located on the upper poop deck. The wreck provides habitat for various species of marine life, including vermillion rockfish. NOAA/USCG/VideoRay