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. The cool waters have preserved wooden shipwrecks that elsewhere would have disappeared long ago.
In recent years, zebra mussels have invaded. This has had a pleasent side effect. Visability has increased significantly!!
During the summer dive season, Kingston is a happening destination. Spend time with non-diving companions on one of the many sidewalk cafe's.(most serve food and alcoholic beverages) While you are diving, your companions can spend the day checking out the many historic sites and interesting specialty shops.
Fort Henry, a British fort built in the 1830's, compliments the historic nature of the majority of the shipwrecks in the area. No trip to Kingston would be complete without a tour of this fully restored facilty. Another great stop is the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes The musuem has displays and information about the history of all the Great Lakes. The handiest harbour to depart from is thePortsmouth Olympic Harbour.
The City of Sheboygan
The George A Marsh
The Wolfe Islander II
The William Jamieson
The Queen Mary
Limestone Dive Centre Kingston Ontario
Big Jim's Dive Charters, Kingston Ontario
Max Diving Charters, Kingston Ontario
"Great White", Kingston Ontario
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