Lake Erie Wreck Diving Adventure
September 7 – 8, 2019
The Great Lakes offer divers the opportunity to visit some of the most well-preserved shipwrecks in the world! Come along with Brass Anchor Scuba Center to Lake Erie and observe three wooden wrecks dating back to the 1800s, and two steel freighters. The old style of shipbuilding is astonishing to see.
Before and during the construction of railways and roads, the Great Lakes were used by trading partners around the world to ship goods internationally. Due to the treacherous weather and travel conditions, over 30,000 lives have been lost. Thus, 6,000 shipwrecks were left behind.
Due to the fresh water and cold environment, shipwrecks in the Great Lakes are well-preserved and are, for the most part, intact.
- A dry suit is recommended for Lake Erie diving. However, it is possible to dive in a wetsuit as temperatures are warmer than usual in September. Bottom water temps are approximately 48 degrees in September.
- Tri-Mix and Nitrox are available on site at Monroe Marina where the departure will take place on both days.
- Visibility is usually very good.
- Depths range from 100’ to 150’ (all recreational depths).
Join Brass Anchor and Osprey Charters for amazing diving aboard the Southwind. To make your reservation, please contact Brass Anchor Scuba Center 301-663-9363 * email@example.com