Brockville, Ontario Diving Conditions – 16th September – 18th September 2016


Matt’s weekly “Brockville’s Dive Conditions” report is back this week. Matt took a week off for a vacation.

The Scuba News Canada will be featuring a weekly update from Matthew Lerpiniere on the diving conditions at Brockville, Ontario. Here is what is in store for September 16-18.

It is looking like there is some rain in the forecast for the upcoming weekend. With the last long weekend of summer over, availability on boats has opened up. Call the operator of your choice if you are looking for some diving this weekend. Many of the operators will also continue to run walk-on dives during the week. This weekend the Tall Ships will be visiting Brockville for the Tall Ship Festival. This will also mean that Centeen Park will be closed to divers through the weekend. Although the summer may seem to be over, dive operators will keep boats in the water until the end of October, so there is still lot of diving available. After the warm summer, water temperatures are still above normal. However, as they cool visibility improves. October can have some great diving in the river that is still manageable in a wet suit.

Dive Safe.




About Author

Matthew lives in Kingston Ontario at the gateway of the Thousand Islands. He is fortunate to have the St Lawrence River and Lake Ontario in his backyard. He can be found most of the time in these waters. Matthew began diving in  2011, and completed his open water training in Loreto MX Diving in the Sea of Cortez. Matthew has since completed his Dive Master, Cavern Course, Intro to Cave Diving and has logged over 300 dives. Matthew has also completed Advanced Nitrox, Deco Procedures, and Helitrox Training

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