Ship Wreck Diving
A Marine Museum
Port Sanilac is home to the Sanilac Shores Underwater Preserve. This marine museum is home to a number of historical shipwrecks, including the Regina, a 250 foot steel package freighter that sank in the a fierce gale in 1913. The vessel was discovered in 1986. Diving charters are available from Port Sanilac Harbor.
Sanilac Shores Underwater Preserve offers some of the most exciting shipwreck diving in Michigan within a 163 square mile area in Lake Huron.
The Regina and some of it’s cargo rests in 80 feet of water, with the ship rising 25 feet from the bottom.
Video of a Dive to Ship Wreck Regina
The Captain and Crew of the Adventure I, a 27′ ChrisCraft Commander, specialize in introducing divers to Shipwrecks in the Underwater Preserves of Michigan.
From Port Sanilac, Harbor Beach, Port Austin and Grindstone City we explore the Sanilac Shores and Thumb Area Bottomland Underwater Preserves.
Only a 90-minute drive from Detroit and a short boat ride to some of Michigan’s best wreck diving.
The vessel is inspected by Michigan Dept. of Natural Resources and is certified for six passengers.
The feisty Captain John is Coast Guard Licensed. Snacks, beverages and engaging stories provided for a morning, afternoon or full day of adventure and fun.
For more information please contact us at 248.615.3483 or here