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September 11, 2010:   Just a few of the shipwrecks that Port Sanilac has to offer include:

  • Regina - Depth 60-83 ft: A steel freighter built in Scotland in 1907. The ship capsized and sank losing everyone on board in 1913
  • Mary Alice B - Depth 82-98 ft: This wreck sits upright and intact. You can see the ship's wheel, pilot house and much more.
  • New York - Depth 95-118 ft: This is a wooden steambarge. It sits upright and you can see the twin oscillating steam engines and boiler.

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There is so much here whether you are a recreational or advanced diver.

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Sanilac Shores offers more then just wreck diving. You can visit the Port Sanilac Lighthouse or the Lake Huron Shipwreck Museum.

Don’t let another diver claim your spot. Reserve now by calling us at (810) 732-3900.

Who is This Trip Ideal For?

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This may be the perfect trip if you:

  • Explore wooden schooners or frieghters.
  • Enjoy the history of ships that used to travel the Great Lakes.
  • Looking to have a exciting day of diving.

When Does It Take Place?

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Here is the schedule:

  • The boat leaves the dock at 8:00 am.
  • You should be at the marina at least a half hour before the boat leaves.

How Much Does it Cost?

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This trip is $85. Deposit and “balance due” requirements are:

  • Trip must be paid for in full upon signing up.
  • No refunds unless we can fill your spot.

What Is and Is Not Included?

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The trip price includes:

  • Boat Charter Fee.

Travelers are responsible for:

  • Transportation to the marina.
  • Dive Equipment.
  • 2 Tanks.
  • Weight Belt and Weights.
  • DAN Insurance.
  • Staff gratuity.

 

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