Sites and services to dive for Canadian shipwrecks.
Charter operating out of Kingston, Ontario. Includes information on the boat, crew, prices, wrecks, and contact information.
Georgian Bay, Ontario shipwrecks. Videos available.
Explore shipwrecks from the 18th century to modern times in the pristine waters of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.
Tobermory, Ontario dive sites for seeing shipwrecks. Full service dive shop
Anthony DeBoer's log of shipwreck sites around the Great Lakes.
Ontario shipwrecks in an alphabetical list.
Descriptions of local shore, wreck and technical dives.
Describes diveable wrecks in the Georgian Bay, Ontario area.
Heritage organization promoting the study, protection and preservation of Ontario's marine history. Pictures and stories of shipwrecks in various bodies of water.
The area around Long Point in Lake Erie, contains more than 200 shipwrecks. Long Point shipwrecks vary in depths from 15 feet to 195 feet deep.
Annual Shipwrecks Symposium. Numerous multimedia presentations by both world renowned and local speakers.
From the George A. Marsh, a three masted schooner to the Wolfe Islander II, a coastal freighter converted to a side entrance car ferry, Kingston has shipwrecks of all shapes and sizes.
Terry Dwyer has been organizing diving expeditions to St. Paul Island since 1996. Nova Scotia.
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