About the chapter

The goal of the Huron Shores Chapter Committee of Save Ontario Shipwrecks is to promote the preservation of our local wrecks through responsible diving so that all may enjoy them. All very laudable, but we also have a lot of fun doing it through the placement of Coast Guard approved mooring buoys on unmarked wrecks, maintenance of sites and the occasional lecture.

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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…

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…

Tall Ships Heading North Through Welland Canal Lock 7

The webcam at Lock 7 Museum and Tourism Information Booth captured three tall ships entering the lock from the south. The Bluenose II, the Fair Jeanne and the Pride of Baltimore II passed by…

Shickluna Shipyard Archaeological Tour

This weekend I was able to observe a land-based archaeological event. A research team led by Brock University archaeologist and maritime historian Dr. Kimberly Monk (and former SOS Toronto member)…

  • John Charest

    Huron Shores - Committee Buoys
    john.charest@hotmail.com
  • John Charest

    Huron Shores - Committee Representative
    john.charest@hotmail.com
  • Corry Coyea

    Huron Shores - Chapter Chair
    divercorry@gmail.com
  • James Williams

    Huron Shores - Chapter Secretary
    thamesvalleypainting@gmail.com
  • James Williams

    Huron Shores - Chapter Treasurer
    thamesvalleypainting@gmail.com

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