The SS Tahoe was a steamship that operated on Lake Tahoe at the end of the 19th century and first half of the 20th. Scuttled in 1940, the wreck presently lies in 400 feet of water off Glenbrook, Nevada. The wreck was first visited in 2002 by a Team from New Millennium Dive Expeditions (NMDE) in a record-setting high-altitude dive for Lake Tahoe. As a result of the work that NMDE did on the SS Tahoe site from 1999 up to their dives in 2002, the SS Tahoe became the first maritime site in Nevada to be listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
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