An aged ferry may have a new life as a stationary submarine, for the benefit of scuba divers.
"The ferry would join a list of 10 other protected wrecks on the floor of Lake Champlain. LCTC is retiring the ship after 66 years of service on the lake. After weighing options, including selling the ferry for scrap or transforming it into a dry-land museum, the company jumped on board the reefing plan. The project is set to cost LCTC about $175,000. John Paul, the company's port engineer, said preserving the vessel's history in the Champlain Valley and providing the resource to the community was worth the investment.)"
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