David Trotter: Lake Michigan Shipwreck Hunter
Thursday November 14, 2013: 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm -- Downtown Library: Multi-Purpose Room
David Trotter has been involved in searching, diving, exploring and documenting new discoveries in Great Lakes Shipwrecks for over 35 years.
His discoveries have been featured on the Discovery Channel, PBS, and NBC and in The New York Times, Detroit Free Press, and more. His articles on Great Lakes Shipwrecks have been published in historical journals and national scuba diving publications. He has searched and discovered shipwrecks in all of the Great Lakes (except Lake Ontario). I
David’s company, Undersea Research Associates, was founded to present the Great Lakes community with an electronically sophisticated means of underwater search and survey for archaeological and commercial purposes. Utilizing state-of-the-art side scan sonar, with outstanding skilled operators, David offers high resolution bottom profiling at depths to 1,000 feet, underwater site survey and underwater photographic documentation.
Do not miss this fascinating evening as David shares his enjoyment of the discovery and exploration of long missing ships…where no one has gone before.