bottom lands of the Great Lake Basin are covered with more than an
estimated 3,000 shipwrecks. Many of these shipwrecks are still being
discovered. The Great Lakes have taken many of these ships by ice, fog,
storm and other mysterious ways. The cold fresh waters have helped to
preserve these wrecks, making for excellent scuba diving exploration.
The adventures and mysteries behind these wrecks date from the 1800's to
one of the most well known wrecks, the Edmund Fitzgerald, in 1975.
part of our Web site not only caters to the scuba divers, but also those
who are interested in the lore of these shipwrecks. History,
photography, locations and accessibility information can be found
of the diving information and photography comes from my own diving
experiences and personal data collection. Dive in and enjoy the
Keith Churill (Diver/Webmaster)