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1000 Islands : Run Time

Diving in the beautiful St. Lawrence river you will experience wonderful dives on the historic Great Lakes shipwrecks like the Kinghorn, the Lillie Parsons and the Henry C. Daryaw. Required Certification for this charter is Advanced Open Water. … - Read More

CAD$ 150.00

Toronto Harbour and surrounding area has some beautiful wrecks for all levels of diving.  Come check out these great wrecks right in our back yard! Dive one will be on The Lyman Davis, which lies in ~130' of water oriented with her bow pointing… - Read More

CAD$ 125.00

Join the team at Dive Kawartah for a wonderful weekend enjoyiing the beautiful world under the ice, coupled with a great group of people to hang out with on the surface. - Read More

CAD$ 150.00

Scuba diving in Kingston provides a world class wreck diving experience with plentyof wrecks to choose from. What’s the best way to experience the abundance of potential dive sites in Kingston? On a Dive Kawartha charter of course!  - Read More

CAD$ 125.00

Scuba diving in Kingston provides a world class wreck diving experience with plentyof wrecks to choose from. What’s the best way to experience the abundance of potential dive sites in Kingston? On a Dive Kawartha charter of course!  - Read More

CAD$ 150.00

Dive Kawartha Inc.
New Years Day Dive

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!   This dive is open to Everyone.   Depths do not exceed 50 feet, and although the water is cold, with some warm water in a thermos, a 30 minute dive is easily doable in a wetsuit.     Following the dives we… - Read More

CAD$ 0.00

Register here: https://divekawartha.ca/shop/dk-online/en/view-trip/trips/day-trips/dive-kawartha-inc/open-pool-lindsay-rec-center-8773This is an open pool night for certified divers who want to do a few refresher skills before a holiday, a spring tuneup… - Read More

CAD$ 25.00

P.B. Locke, 136-foot schooner, built 1873 Converted to a barge, hauling stone, sank in a storm, October 1912 All 10 aboard survived Found by Nautilus Scuba Club, August 2000 Mooring by Save Ontario Shipwrecks - Read More

CAD$ 125.00

Dive Penetanguishene Shipwrecks in Georgian Bay with Riverdiver & Dive Kawartha.  An ideal trip for Junior Open Water to Open Water divers and beyond. The Maple Dawn, originally named the Manola, was built in Cleveland, Ohio in 1890. The ship… - Read More

CAD$ 150.00

Dive Kawartha Inc.
Start Of Season BBQ & Dive

Some good food and great company to kick off the dive season right.   Get in a dive or two to rinse the dust off your gear! - Read More

CAD$ 0.00

The "Tiller" wreck, was thought to be the "Henry Clay" for some time until it was disproved, but is simply known as the "Tiller" because of the lack of a ship's wheel as the ship was steered by a large wooden tiller at the stern of the vessel. As not… - Read More

CAD$ 125.00