The portion of the craft remaining at the site consisted of parts of the outer hull, the frames, the keelson-like midline
stringer, the wooden cradle for the motor, metal frames for the steering position, and the bow ramp. Most of the
frames were complete to the turn of bilge (or the chine) on the port side, where they were somewhat protected, covered by
the bottoms sediments -- only the steel frames were complete on the fully exposed starboard side. Other than the
base of the steering position, none of the upper structure remained.