St-AnicetQuebec


Dive site characteristics

Types Shipwreck dive Drift dive Night dive
Conditions Visibility more or less reduced
Providers Parking Swimming Picnic tables W.C. Bathroom
Planning Rescue in case of emergency Weather conditionsFerries scheduleRoad conditionsRoad maps

Diving notes

Behavior to have: respect the environment and the fauna.

The dives are done from boat. The water current is strong at the surface.

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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135-45′Barge #1 Barge of 12.2m
230-60′Barge #2 Barge of 12.2m
340-60′Lockheed L-18 Lockheed L18 Lodestar, an airplane dating of 1942 of 69′.

Driving directions

Take highway 401 toward Toronto. Take exit #825 and follow road indications heading to Creg Quay.


Alternative route. Take highway #30 West toward Chateauguay. Follow the road indications for road #132 West up to St-Anicet. At St-Anicet, turn right on Casa street. At the end, there is a public wharf and a small "casse-croûte". Turn right on St-Anicet street and pass in front of St-Anicet church. At the end, turn right on Fabrique avenue. The boat ramp is on the left side at the end of a large parking lot. If you want to use your own boat, be careful the descent is a bit old and there is not much depth (2-3’). For few dollars, there is better boat ramp at Port Lewis, 7km East from there.

Diver’s services

Providers Address Phone Services
École de Plongée Soulo  1175, boul. Mgr Langlois,
Valleyfield
800 363-4961 air, rentals, training, charter
Les Explorateurs sous-marins  170, rue Principale,
St-Zotique
450 267-8144
888 267-8144
air, rentals, repairs, training, charter
Bulle d’O2
(Michel Boutin)
 
  450 763-0263 charter
Marina Creg Quay  21236, South Service Road,
Bainsville, Ontario
613 347-2705 marina, boat ramp

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