August 1 & 2, 2020
Price: $250.00
We will be doing dives beyond 100 feet. This trip is for advanced divers with deep experience.


  • E.B. Allen – Depth 92-106 ft:This wood schooner sank in 1871 after a collision with another ship. It was carrying grain at the time. You can still see the windlass, anchor chain, and rudder.


  • Grecian – Depth 70-105 ft: A steel freighter built in 1891. This is a popular site in Alpena with much to see. Tools, railing, machinery, and the propeller sits in 105 ft of water.

  • Montana – Depth 33-74 ft: The wooden steamer burned to a total loss in September of 1914. The hull is intact and upright. You can see the windlass, anchor, boiler, rudder, huge propeller, and more.

  • Nordmeer – Depth 0-40 ft: This ocean-going freighter stranded in shallow water. This wreck is broken up but covers a lot of the lakes bottom. There is a lot to see and a great place to take pictures.

Many ships ended up at the bottom of Alpena lake floor due to fog banks and sudden gales along with the rocky shoals. With a shipwreck sticking out of the water to depths deeper than 200 feet.

If you are looking for a place to go with a variety of shipwrecks at different skill levels then Thunder Bay is the place to be.
Don’t let another diver claim your spot. Reserve now by calling us at (810) 732-3900.


Who is this Trip For?

This may be the perfect trip if you:


  • Enjoy the history of ships that used to sail the Great Lakes.
  • Enjoy wreck diving.
  • Looking to have a fun weekend of diving and sight seeing.



Here is the schedule:

  • The boat will be at Alpena Public boat launch. You need to be there by 9:00 am.


Pricing is as follows:

  • $240.00

Deposit and “balance due” requirements are:
  • $100 due at sign up
  • Balance is due the week before the charter.
  • No refunds on deposit unless we can fill your spot.

What's Included?

The trip price includes:

  • Boat Charter Fee.

Travelers are responsible for:


  • Hotel accommodations.
  • Transportation to Alpena.
  • Food.
  • Dive Equipment.
  • 2 Tanks per day.
  • Weight Belt and Weights.
  • DAN Insurance.
  • Staff gratuity.



If you're interested in becoming a certified diver, please contact us today.