|Owner:||William Mack (first owner) Joseph C. Gilchrest Company (second owner)|
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|Builder:||Wolf and Davidson Company|
|Laid down:||September 13, 1903|
|Fate:||Shipwrecked on September 13, 1903|
|Status:||Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1991|
|Notes:||Location: 46°49.939′N 90°22.703′W|
|Type:||Schooner, later converted to a tow barge|
|Tonnage:||777 gross tons (738 net tons)|
|Length:||206 feet (63 m) long, 35 feet (11 m) wide|
Moonlight was built in 1874. In addition to service in the Great Lakes, Moonlight also sailed in the Atlantic Ocean.In 1894 she was involved in an accident with SS Ohio which was sunk. She sank in September 1903 in a storm while hauling iron ore from Ashland, Wisconsin. In use as a tow barge, Moonlight was under tow by the steamer Volunteer. Both ships were loaded with iron ore in Ashland and were headed for their destination when a violent storm erupted and ruptured the seams of Moonlight's hull.
- "Apostle Islands Deep Shipwrecks". Retrieved 22 July 2013.
- "Wisconsin - Ashland County - Vacant / Not In Use". National Register of Historic Places.com. Retrieved 2012-01-22.
- "Moonlight Shipwreck". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2012-01-22.
- Keller, James M. The Unholy Apostles. pp. 77–83. ISBN 0-933577-001.