Dive Rockport with Dan’s Dive Shop June 3 – 5, 2022
Join us as we take the plunge into the epic freshwater shipwrecks and wall dives of the Thousand Islands. This area is know for some of the largest fresh water shipwrecks in the Thousand Islands Region and its moderate water temperature. The St Lawrence Seaway is constantly moving water which mixes the water top to bottom giving even temperatures with little to no thermocline at depth. Trip includes 2 days of boat diving (Saturday/Sunday) and 2 nights accommodations (Friday/ Saturday).
Diving is with Thousand Island Pleasure Divers departing from Rockport. Possible dive sites include: Vickory, Robert Peel, Kingshorn, and Ash Island Barge. Depending on border restrictions we may be able to resume diving amazing US wrecks such as The Keystorm and The America. Average depth 75 – 125ft. Dive sites may include a drift dive. Average water temperature 58 – 61F.
We will be staying in comfortable, waterfront accommodation just steps from the boat’s departure in Rockport. Each room has two double beds, full bathroom, tv, coffee maker and fridge. All rooms are double occupancy with two divers per room.
Minimum Advanced Diver certification with cold water and drift experience. Drysuit or good quality 7mm recommended. Technical and Recreational Diving activities will be permitted during this trip.
$425 + hst. Trip price includes 2 days of 2 tank boat charters and 2 nights shared accommodation. Not included are scuba gear, tanks, air fills, meals & gratuities. Rentals available from Dan’s Dive Shop.
Trips are non refundable. If you cancel and we are able to fill your spot you will be reimbursed for everything except the non-refundable trip deposit of $100. If the trip is cancelled by Dan’s Dive Shop due to Covid-19 restrictions a store credit will be issued for all monies paid.
How to Sign Up
Call, email or visit the shop to book. A $100 non-refundable deposit is required at booking. The trip balance is due 60 days prior to trip departure. Once your reservation is confirmed all divers must fill out the online Diver Registration Form.