Niagara II

Name: Niagara II - Steel sand sucker
Rating: Experienced open water to advanced divers
Built: 1930
Length: 182ft
Sunk: 1999 sunk as a dive site
Depth: 100ft

In 1998 the Tobermory Maritime Association was formed with the objective of obtaining and sinking a new wreck to enhance the diving opportunities in Tobermory. After an extensive search the perfect ship was found - The Niagara II. This exciting wreck was sunk in May 1999, and offers a wonderful diving experience for all levels of certification. The Niagara II lies perfectly upright in approximately 100 ft. of Georgian Bay's crystal clear water, just east of Little Cove. The top of her wheelhouse is at a depth of 45 ft. and both the bow and stern decks lie in the 65 ft. range. 

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