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Established in 2000, the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary and Underwater Preserve maintains stewardship over one of the nation's most historically significant collection of 116+ shipwrecks. Located in the northeast corner of Michigan's lower peninsula, the sanctuary contains hundreds of shipwrecks. Preserved by the cold, fresh water of Lake Huron, these submerged cultural resources are time capsules linking us to our collective maritime past. The sanctuary seeks to ensure that divers and non-divers of all ages share in the discovery, exploration and preservation of Thunder Bay's historic shipwrecks. (Source: NOAA).
Depth range starts from 6 feet deep to 200 feet. Be prepared for some cold water diving average temps at 100 feet is about 40 degress F. The deeper wrecks are look as they did the day it sank.
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|Dive sites (4)||Quality||Avg depth||Max depth||Experience||Dive type|
|Lucinda Van Valkenburg||- / -||20.0 m||22.0 m||CMAS * / OW|
|Monrovia||- / -||30.5 m||45.7 m||CMAS ** / AOW|
|New Orleans||- / -||45.0 m||60.0 m||CMAS *** / DiveMaster|
|Nordmeer||- / -||10.0 m||15.0 m||All divers|
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