Isle Royale National Park Shipwreck Diving

Join us for five days of amazing Lake Superior Shipwreck diving as we head out and dive the waters of Isle Royale National Park. A true national treasure, Isle Royale has few places in the world as its equal and the diving is "out of this world!" Isle Royale National Park is a wilderness island located 20 miles from the Minnesota shore of Lake Superior.

The diving depths range from 20 feet to 140 feet. There are ( major wrecks including: Chisholm Engine, Cumberland/Chisholm, Cox, America, Emperor Stern and Bow, Congdon Bow, Monarch, Algoma, and the Glen Lyon. The water temperature around Isle Royale ranges from 39 to 60 degrees and in places will certainly be less than 45 degrees. Be prepared. A dry suit is recommended. The visibility ranges from 70 feet to 20 feet but generally averages 40 feet.

You will eat and sleep aboard the boat, remaining in the park for the duration of your cruise. During the day we will moor over one or more shipwrecks where you can dive subject to weather, National Park Service regulations. In the evening anchor in a secluded bay or dock at a lakeside campground. We will spend most nights at a dock including the possibilities of Rock Harbor, Tobin or Windigo which offers showers for a fee, a convenience store, a restaurant and a bar.

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