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Save Ontario Shipwrecks is a Provincial Heritage Organization in Ontario dedicated to the study, preservation and promotion of an appreciation of Ontario’s marine heritage. Incorporated in 1981, SOS is a public charitable organization of dedicated volunteers from across the Province.

Operating mainly through a group of Local Chapter Committees supported by a Provincial Board of Directors and Provincial Executive, our volunteers have undertaken many worthwhile projects and activities.

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SOS 1000 Islands –

Dear Members, You will find attached the minutes of our Extraordinary meeting held on July 30, 2019. Thank you! Nathalie Landry, Secretary

Category: Thousand Islands

Dan Seavey: Great Lakes Pirate

https://99wfmk.com/great-lakes-pirates/ Probably the most famous Great Lakes pirate, who sailed mostly on Lake Michigan, was Dan Seavey. Seavey was born in Maine in 1865 and began working on ships when…

Category: Archived 2019

The America: Lake Superior Dive

https://99wfmk.com/america-lake-superior-isle-royale This shipwreck site has become an extremely popular spot for divers, with a couple of hundred of dives taking place almost every year. The ship sits on a steep…

Category: Archived 2019

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Save Ontario Shipwrecks gratefully acknowledge the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport, Culture Programs Unit and our many sponsors for their support. We also gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation, an agency of the Ministry of Culture.