In between the hull and stern there is outer hull plating, intact I-beam frames, the water tank, "beehive" boilers, both engines, paddle wheel shafts, paddle wheel hubs, the keelson and too many other pieces to be listed here.
The engine room is clearly defined by the bottom of the bulkheads while having enough room to swim between the engines in full dive gear.
There is a diving travel line running down her middle and buoys on the surface locating the ends of the ship. Dive slates have been made for the site, which will provide the diver the ability to take a self-guided tour around the complete wreck.
Of course, the diving saying "Take only pictures and leave only bubbles" applies here.
Hopefully, the blockade-runner Beauregard (General Beauregard/Havelock) will be the next one the become a state dive site. This ship is located right in front of where my grandparents' beach cottage was on Carolina Beach before Hurricane Haze hit in 1954.