Tour one of the world’s top ten dive destinations and experience it’s charm. Come to Shipwrecks Tobermory, where the Bruce Peninsula juts into the Great Lakes’ Georgian Bay.
Length: 31 minutes
Impressive rock formations and raw scenic beauty highlight the area for visitors and nature lovers alike. Stunning underwater cinematography reveals secrets of some of the numerous shipwrecks. This film illustrates why Tobermory is Canada’s premier scuba diving location.
Shipwrecks Tobermory is the main attraction here in Tobermory making it the scuba diving capital of Canada. Every diver in Ontario introduced to scuba diving has visited the pristine waters of Tobermory. The diver can explore the over 21 known shipwrecks that lie here with in area of the Five Fathom National Marine Park.
“Tobermory – Our Marine Heritage” video entices you to small Ontario town where legends live on.
Note: In this video is the story of the finding of the shipwreck “Arabia”. That group of divers including my introductory diving instructor, Gord Wardle were the people that inspired me to a lifetime of “Diving”. I thank them all for their stories that bent my ear and lead me to an occupation of commercial diving in my younger years and a continuation of shipwreck exploration throughout my life. Another person that has driven me into shipwreck diving is my dive partner, John Veber whose vast shipwreck knowledge has lead us on some exhilarating experiences. John’s photography and knowledge was a great contribution to the making of this video. Thanks John.
Another person that was of great contribution to this video is Deborah Brooks for her help with the script. And my wife Joyce Lindsay (Salisbury at the time) for her fantastic ship illustrations and outstanding painting of the “Arabia”.