Intermediate to Advanced
$1000 per person
Experience some of the best, well preserved, wrecks the Great Lakes have to offer. Isle Royale National Park offers some spectacular diving and stunning scenery.
Isle Royale National Park is a wilderness island located 20 miles from the Minnesota shore of Lake Superior. Beautiful but treacherous islands and shoals surround this 50 mile long island. These shoals have claimed about a dozen large ships. You will dive a variety of wrecks from historic wooden ships to modern steel boats on your trip. Portholes and artifacts still remain for you to see, enjoy, photograph, and leave behind.
The diving depths range from 2 feet to 140 feet. There are 10 major wrecks including: Chisholm Engine, Cumberland/Chisholm, Cox, America, Emperor Stern and Bow, Congdon Bow, Monarch, Algoma, and the Glenlyon. The wrecks sites of the Kamloops and the Congdon Stern are for tech trips only. The water temperature around Isle Royale ranges from 39 to 60 degrees and in places will certainly be less than 45 degrees. The visibility ranges from 70 feet to 20 feet but generally averages 40 feet.
Three of the wrecks have multiple decks and rooms for penetration dives and there is at least one night dive so a dive light is required
*A $200 NON-REFUNDABLE deposit is due upon booking and will be applied to those that pay in full as well as payment plan structure. All payments are due 60 days prior to departure. NO refunds will be issued within 90 days of departure.
All national park fees, 4 nights on board accommodations and meals & non-alcoholic beverages, dive guides, weights and tanks.
DOES NOT INCLUDE
Airfare, gas fills other than air, gear/equipment rental. Argon($0/week) and Nitrox($100/week) are available for an extra fee and must be requested in advance. Alcoholic beverages are not offered on the boat but you are allowed to bring your own. Please bring cash for crew gratuities.
PAYMENT PLAN STRUCTURE
- $200 non-refundable deposit due upon booking
- $800 payment due on or before March 31st, 2021
Recommended Diving Certifications and Experience
- PADI Advanced Open Water x Adventures in Diving or equivalent
- PADI Drysuit Specialty or equivalent experience with cold water diving.
- Minimum recommended experience is 50 open water dives with experience in shipwreck, deep, and cold water diving.
or… get training with our expert guides and instructors while you’re there!