Shore Dives in and Around Kingston, Ontario

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Explorer Diving in Kingston, Ontario starts getting questions about shore dives at this time of the year and they put together quickly this map/list, shipwrecks and the depths for shore dives in and around Kingston.

There are more dive sites available, and some of the dive sites below can accommodate several divers. There will always be new places to dive just waiting to be discovered. This list a good place to start to plan shore dives in the Kingston area. There are deeper dives around Kingston and they are working on that list.

Cora Post 40 ft

Upper Brewers 27 ft

Morton village wreck 20 ft

Lowers Brewers wrecks 20 ft

Princess Charlotte and Prince Regent 20 ft

Navy Bay 25 ft

Deadman’s bay under water dock 25 ft

Anglin Bay 20 ft

Marine Museum barge 40 ft

West St boat launch 40 ft

KGH Wreck 60 ft

Break Water park 40 ft

Tett center 30 ft

Portsmouth Olympic harbour 20 ft

KPH site 60 ft

Nicholson point 120 ft

Wolfe Island ferry winter docks 30 ft

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2214 Paul Blvd., Kingston, Ontario, K7L 4V3 

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Kathy is the owner of Kirk Scuba Gear, a passionate Scuba Diver, Ocean Advocate and Managing Editor of The Scuba News Canada

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