Lake ClairQuebec


Dive site characteristics

Types Shipwreck dive Deep dive
Conditions Satisfying or excellent visibility Thermocline or cold water
Providers Parking Swimming
Planning Rescue in case of emergency Weather conditionsFerries scheduleRoad conditionsRoad maps

Diving notes

The temperature at the surface is at 55°F and 40°F under the thermocline which is at ~27’.

The dives are done from the wharf (except otherwise). A 7.5mm thick neoprene wet suit is recommanded. A dry suit may be more suitable depending of your comfort habits.

Entry points


Note: directions are accurate as possible.

  Depth   Site  Characteristics
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130′L’habitableFollow the line from the wharf down to the habitacle. It is never recommended to inhale the air within the habitacle.
235′Épave #1Follow the same line down to a big white wood boat wreck with a chess and a whale vertabrea.
345′Épave #2Follow the same line down to a small square wooden planked boat.
460′Épave #3Follow the same line down to the yacht. The stern is at 40′ and the bow at 65′.
560′Mur de rocheRock wall with a good vizibility (fishes can be observed).
680′Épave #4Follow the same line down to Calmar Club boat.

Driving directions


Don’t get into trouble, if you dive with a charter have your C-card. Otherwise have a cell phone and some emergency measures.

While in the Lake St-Jean area, take road 169. From Ste-Monique going West, watch the signs for St.Ludger de Milot, turn right heading North. Follow the signs. Have a map.

Diver’s services

Providers Address Phone Services
Boutique Accès Plongée Saguenay  2353, St-Dominique,
Jonquière
418 699-1000 sales, rentals, charer, air
L’escale du plongeur  1535 Lac des Erables,
St-Mathieu-du-Parc
819 532-2060
819 531-1418
rentals, charter

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