Port Sanilac Marina – Sanilac Shores Underwater Preserve

May 12th, 2019 @ 1:30 PM Two Tank Afternoon Dive

Dive Leader: Andrew Sabo

Dive Charter: Double Action Dive Charters

Charter Boat: Go-Between

Cost: $125

Address: 30 North Lake Street, Port Sanilac MI 48469
Please park your vehicle in the parking lot at the Marina, you will then meet with your dive leader who will bring you to the boat dock to get pull carts that you can use to transport your gear to and from the boat
Please ensure you are at the marina at least 45 minutes prior to departure.
Ensure that you bring all of your C-cards and have the proper certifications for the depth/experience needed for the dives of the day

New York – Launched in 1856 and sunk in 1876 due to storm and heavy seas. The New York has an impressive debris field, oscillating engines in full view and a unique part of her “Hogging Arch” left intact. She lies in 117 feet of water

Col. A.B. Williams – Wooden schooner with a load of coal was lost in a storm in 1864 and discovered by divers in 1957, the Col Williams is said to be on the of oldest wrecks in the area. She is mostly intact, the stern is a little beat up. She lies in 84 feet of water

For more information about the charter or shipwrecks please visit these websites: