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Diving In Tobermory

While diving in Tobermory we learned that the area has over 20 shipwrecks with underwater clear visibility. Some of the wrecks are within Tobermory's Fathom Five National Marine Park.

Tobermory Diving map and wrecks

Fathom Five National Marine Park

The park was established in 1972 to protect shipwrecks and lighthouses in the area. Diving the Fathom Five National Marine Park you will discover its clear waters with cliffs, caves, overhangs and more than 20 shipwrecks. Even doing snorkel you will find lots to explore and enjoy within the park.

Diving in Tobermory it is important to know that all divers must register and purchase a dive pass before going underwater.

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Dive sites in Tobermory

Arabia

The shipwreck is in very good condition thanks to its depth at 117F/35M. The dive is recommended for advanced divers. Divers may encounter some strong currents.

Avalon Voyageour II

Sunk at 25F/7M. A vessel that was a fish trader and then used as a floating restaurant. The ship was abandoned and later burned, but a portion remains showing the machinery of the ship.

Caroline Rose

Ship sunk purposely as a dive site at 55F/16M, but close to shore. Wreck site includes a nice stem, rudder and propeller.

Cascaden

Ship sunk at 20F/6M. It is badly broken up and spread over a large area.

Charles P. Minch

It was a schooner with 3 masts that is now widely spread underwater. Maximun depth is 60F/18M of water.

China

Shipwreck is badly broken up at 10F/ 3M of water. Wreck site is very close to shore.

Dunk's Point

Nice anchor and chain that lie just off the point about 60F/18M of water.

Forest City

Sitting on the steep slope, the shallower part is at 60F/18M and the deepest part (the stern) at 150F /45M. The dive is recommended for advanced experienced divers.

James C. King

This shipwreck rest in a steep bottom. The shallower part is at 20F/7M and the deepest part (the bow) at 90F /27M.

John Walters

Another schooner wreck that it is widely spread in shallow waters 15F/5M.

Newaygo

Another shipwreck that rest in shallow waters and divers can enjoy. It rest at 25F/8M. This dive site needs good weather conditions to explore.

Niagara ll

In 1999 the Tobermory Maritime Association deliberately sunk this exciting wreck for divers. It rest at 98F/29M. Recommended for experienced open water to advanced divers.

Philo Scoville

The Scoville sunk trying to escape a storm and it rests on a steep incline from 30F/9M to 90F/28M.



Photos from our dives in Tobermory

These are our diving pictures of our dives in Tobermory, Ontario Canada 2012. We hope you will enjoy them.
All the pictures were taken with Sea Life DC1000 Elite.

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