Sitting in 95 ft on the bottom of lake Ontario near Kingston, Davie is a very interesting wreck - there is the whole crane sitting in the silt near starboard side; there is an intact lifeboat; pilothouse; some kind of boiler and the wheel is still standing in its place.
Hazards include the always present zebras and very fine silt - I have witnessed visibility going from 30 ft+ to zero in a matter on minutes after the group of out of control divers descended on the wreck
The wheel is a "must see" item on any wreck, and Davie is not an exception.
The lifeboat is one of the main attractions on this wreck.
Crane, sitting on its site is another must see item on Davie.
Other highlights include remains of the cabin on the side, boilers, cargo holds filled with silt and often overlooked massive anchor on the bow