Lake Clair, Quebec
Dive site characteristics
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.
Note: directions are accurate as possible.
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|1||30′||L’habitable||Follow the line from the wharf down to the habitacle. It is never recommended to inhale the air within the habitacle.|
|2||35′||Épave #1||Follow the same line down to a big white wood boat wreck with a chess and a whale vertabrea.|
|3||45′||Épave #2||Follow the same line down to a small square wooden planked boat.|
|4||60′||Épave #3||Follow the same line down to the yacht. The stern is at 40′ and the bow at 65′.|
|5||60′||Mur de roche||Rock wall with a good vizibility (fishes can be observed).|
|6||80′||Épave #4||Follow the same line down to Calmar Club boat.|
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.
|Boutique Accès Plongée Saguenay||2353, St-Dominique,
|418 699-1000||sales, rentals, charer, air|
|L’escale du plongeur||1535 Lac des Erables,