Simcoe IslandOntario


Dive site characteristics

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

Diving notes

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 .

Entry points


Note: directions are accurate as possible, it is recommended to dive with someone you knows the site.

  Depth   Site  Characteristics
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155′Aloha Schooner barge sunk in 1917 off Mile Point, Simcoe Island, West of Kingston.
255′Effie Mae Off Nine Mile Point on Simcoe Island. Sunk by local divers near the Aloha.
3105′George T. Davie Approximately 3 miles Southwest of Nine Mile Point on Simcoe Island.
490′Comet Sidewheel steamer located at 2 miles off Mile Point, Simcoe Island.
570-85′George A. Marsh Three-masted schooner located at 3 miles off Nine Mile Point, Simcoe Island.

Driving directions

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.

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