Simcoe Island, Ontario
Dive site characteristics
From the wharf, the boat goes South. Watch for a buoy (plastic container black or red) which mark the location of the wreck.
The boat can be tight to the buoy. The law obliges you the fly the dive flag .
Note: directions are accurate as possible, it is recommended to dive with someone you knows the site.
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|1||55′||Aloha||Schooner barge sunk in 1917 off Mile Point, Simcoe Island, West of Kingston.|
|2||55′||Effie Mae||Off Nine Mile Point on Simcoe Island. Sunk by local divers near the Aloha.|
|3||105′||George T. Davie||Approximately 3 miles Southwest of Nine Mile Point on Simcoe Island.|
|4||90′||Comet||Sidewheel steamer located at 2 miles off Mile Point, Simcoe Island.|
|5||70-85′||George A. Marsh||Three-masted schooner located at 3 miles off Nine Mile Point, Simcoe Island.|
From highway 401,watch and take ont of the exit 617 to 619 leading to Kingston. Take the ferry boat toward Wolfe Island. Once arrived à Marysvill take road 96 heading West. Take then the ferry toward Simcoe Island. The traject may be different according to your charter.