From the North Carolina State Archives.
A real nice sit with a map and cutaway views of the Condor's wreck.
The Condor is in relatively shallow, 24 foot of water on a rocky bed. Parts of its machinery are only 13 feet below the waterline. This would normally mark the site of a beginner's rating in diving. However, the sometimes less-than-clear water and 150-year-old iron makes it higher rating than beginner.
The 218.6 foot iron hulled steamship is relatively intact. The ship's bow is still attached along with the stern post and rudder.