Straits of Mackinac may have the best collection of
shipwrecks shallower than 130 feet in the Great
Lakes. Now, you can join the Huron Scuba Dive Team
as we return to this recreational shipwreck diving
Experience the thrill of swimming through the break in
the Cedarville (right), a massive ore carrier that split in two
after a collision in 1965. Enjoy the spectacular
bowsprit and intact railings of the Sandusky, lost in
1856. Marvel at the structure of the Eber Ward
and the splendor of the Stalker. The history and amazing preservation of our shipwreck history is
why diving in the Great Lakes is so fascinating.
Explore the shipwrecks of the
What a great way to
expand your experience and get you "in shape" for more
Great Lakes diving! We will be diving up to 130 feet
deep in cold water; cold-water equipment with redundancy
(pony bottle, doubles, or H-valve) are required for all
divers to safely enjoy these shipwrecks. Deep Diver, or
Advanced Open Water diver certification with significant
cold-water deep experience strongly recommended.
With the success of our current schedule everyone will be doing
five dives again. This
package includes 3 dives on Saturday and 2 dives on
Sunday. All dives will be made from the St. Ignace
side of the Straits. Wrecks we are hoping to hit
(weather permitting) are the Eber Ward, and the
Cedarville from both ends. Other wrecks TBD.
Space is limited so book now if your are interested in
what Brian thinks is some of the best shipwreck diving
available in the Great Lakes today.
Pricing for 2016 will be $359. Lodging
is not included but can be priced separately; inquire
about your many options and let us help you have a
wonderful vacation. With Mackinac Island only a
ferry ride away, bring the family for a wonderful
weekend even if they aren't divers!
- We will be planning a BBQ dinner at a waterside
cottage this year. Bring your own drinks but food
and a good time for all will be taken care of!
JOIN THE COOL KIDS IN 2016 WITH THE DPV UPGRADE
Get a FULL PADI SPECIALTY and get
to ZOOM around the wrecks with little to no effort at
See what it is like below:
PADI DPV Specialty Certification and course materials
DPV Rental for Saturday and Sunday Dives (1 Scooter + 2
Instruction on Dives 1 and 2 on Saturday
COST For DPV Upgrade =
$259.00 per person (plus taxes) Cost
for DPV Rental only (already DPV certified) =
$199.00 per scooter *Limited
availability, so if you are interested, make sure you
book early so you aren't left in our wake...
WE ARE DOING 3 DIVES WITHOUT COMING BACK IN SO YOU NEED
3 TANKS. *ONE PONY OR OTHER INDEPENDANT
REDUNDANT AIR SYSTEM IS REQUIRED PER BUDDY TEAM
*COLD-WATER COMPATIBLE REGULATORS ARE A MUST.
A $150 non-refundable deposit will hold your space.
Balance must be paid by June 1st for Trip One and
July 1st for Trip 2 at which
point all monies become non-refundable.
You can rent Huron Scuba's gear for the weekend,
including tanks, BC, regulator set, weight belt &
weights, and wetsuit or drysuit system and remember to
ask for the Huron Scuba travel rate which saves you 25%
off of rental when you are on a trip run by Huron Scuba.