Must be certified diver and able to dive in a cold water environment with wet or dry suit, be able to transfer from sailboat to and from support RIB
Price per person based on 4 persons and double occupancy hotel rooms.
Please book your flights at least 24hrs after your last dive. HST not included.
Our most popular sailing charter, the Welcome Island Excursion, now available as a sail and dive.
A little further out into the Bay, yet only a short distance from the City lies the picturesque Welcome islands, high cliffs, sheltered anchorage, winged wildlife. What lies beneath is the mystery. We are now offering an exciting sail and then a dive on a choice of the wrecks listed below. There are also a range of sites near the Welcomes for those of you who want to snorkel. (Full wet suit recommended.)
|Tours run daily 10:00 AM to 3:30 PM||May 23-Sept 30|
|Professional dive guide||included|
|RIB support boat||included|
|Weights and tanks for two dives||included|
|Nearby snorkelling sites for non divers||included|
|Hot lunch between dives||included|
|Two nights hotel, double occupancy||included|
|Transfers to and from YQT airport||included|
|All dive gear available to rent if needed||extra|
|Transportation to/from Thunder Bay||not included.|
|Monday||Daily by Request|
|Tuesday||Daily by Request|
|Wednesday||Daily by Request|
|Thursday||Daily by Request|
|Friday||Daily by Request|
|Saturday||Daily by Request|
|Sunday||Daily by Request|
Please talk with us first before booking your flight. We need to check hotel and sailboat availability before confirming a dive tour. We can run this tour any day from May 23rd to the end of September, with a little bit of advance notice.
Robert Fryer: 1-35ft
- The remains of the 290’ Robert Fryer are located in 35’ of water of the “B” island of the Welcome Islands. The steamer was set on fire 1930 as a special event for the citizens of Thunder Bay. This event also lead to the accidental burning of the “B” island when the ropes burned and the Fryer drifted into the island. Still dive-able is the main hull, propeller, rudder and the boiler.
Green River: 50-80ft
- This 275’ wooden steamer was scuttled in 1932 450’ off of the “B” island of the Welcome Islands. Penetration is possible as the storage areas are still intact and offer a fantastic introduction to wreck penetration.
- This 96’ tug was sunk off the “B” island of the Welcome Islands in 1934 close to the Fryer and the Green River. The tug is sitting upright and is a fun dive. Make sure you dive the large boilers.