Crysler Park WreckOntario

Dive site characteristics

Types Shipwreck dive Drift dive
Conditions Visibility very restricted or null
Providers Parking Picnic tables W.C. Bathroom
Planning Rescue in case of emergency Weather conditionsFerries scheduleRoad conditionsRoad maps

Diving notes

It is important to take good reference point with the compass before diving. The visibility is sometime poor due to rain during the previous days and current. A light is recommended.

At the buoy, follow the line for the descent as well as for ascent.

The bow of the wreck points into the current.

Entry points

Note: directions are accurate as possible. It is recommended to go with someone who knows the site.

  Depth   Site  Characteristics
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140-65′Eastcliffe Hall The wreck is located at about 3/4 nautical mile South of Crysler marina. Descent along the line. Please take note that the wreck is located near the St.Lawrence Seaway, so be advise to cope correctly with the visibility and current condition in order to come back safely to the line. Current may vary from 3 to 6kn (knots).
265′Crysler Park Wreck Located between Wilson Island and Crysler Memorial Park on the Canadian side of the St.Lawrence Seaway. Descent and ascend along the line cause the wreck is located in the middle of the St.Lawrence Seaway.

Driving directions

From highway 401, take exit 758 toward Morrisburg. Take the South direction up to road 2 (also known as King’s Highway). Turn left and after less than 1km you will reach the Crysler Marina Park.

You can also lunch your boat from the ramp for fee.

Carry your gear to the boat.

Diver’s services

Providers Address Phone Services
Crysler Marina Park  13740, County Road 2,
613 543-3254 marina

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