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SHIPWRECK DIVING - Port Sanilac, July 21, 2019

Join Dive & Glide, and Double Action Dive Charters to dive. We will be diving the Regina & the Sport. Dive boat leaves the dock at 1 pm.
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SHIPWRECK DIVING - Port Sanilac, July 21, 2019

Time & Location

Jul 21, 2019, 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Double Action Dive Charters, 7376 Main St, Port Sanilac, MI 48469, USA

About the event

Cost for this dive charter is $125. This ticket fee is non-refundable, unless dives are cancelled due to weather conditions.

Divers will complete two dives; we'll be diving the wrecks noted below. Dive & Glide will provide dive gear to those who need it FREE OF CHARGE, including tanks. On your reservation, please indicate you need gear and we will contact you to confirm your equipment needs.

Upone receipt of your reservation and payment we will contact you to confirm all details. If you have any questions, please call us at (989) 486-3627.


Shipwreck descriptions courtesy of Double Action Dive Charters:

We will be diving the Regina & the Sport.

Regina. Built in 1907, the 250 foot long steel freighter Regina fell prey to the "The Great Storm" of November 9, 1913 and went missing with all hands. She was undiscovered until 1986. Since she was located, she has become a very popular dive site. The ship rests upside down on the bottom in about 80 feet of water. The bottom of the hull can be reached at 25 feet. There is a 56 foot hole in the hull that permits entry to the hold area by qualified divers. Some of her cargo can be found scattered on the lake floor.

Sport. This small tugboat is a favorite among divers. She was built in 1873 and is important as the first steel tug on the Great Lakes. She had a long career as a working tug on the Lakes, but at 57 feet she was no match for a severe gale on December 13, 1920. Her steel hull rests upright with a slight list to starboard. The depth of water is 45 feet although the Sport rises up about 20 feet off the bottom. Divers find her intact with an abundance of tools and relics scattered about the wreck site. The Sport has received the distinction of being the first Michigan shipwreck with her own Michigan Historical Marker placed on her.

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