The St Lawrence is not only known as the primary path from the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean, but it is also home to many shipwrecks that are known to many divers, including RMS Empress of Ireland, Lillie Parsons, SS Keystorm, Eastcliffe Hall, Conestoga and the Robert Gaskin to name just a handful.
Shipwrecks invoke a sense of nostalgia. After my wreck dives in Tobermory, Canada, I stood on the deck of the dive boat and watched the rocky, pine-covered shoreline fly past. The captains of the sunken vessels I had just visited
A shoe found on the Wreck of PLM 27 “You’re going where? What’s there?” And so it went, from one person to another, no one could understand why we wanted to dive in Newfoundland. After all, you can’t
Originally published 23 July 2013 @ Scuba Scoop There are a multitude of Canadian scuba diving destinations that will enthrall divers with their beauty. From the Pacific Ocean waters off the British Columbia coast to the shipwrecks of the Great