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Do any of you know of any Shore diving sites in the Brockville (Gananoque to Cornwall) area. I already know of Rowing Club, Centeen Park, Rothesay, Prescott Docks, Prescott Coal Docks, Lock 18, Connestoga and Lock 21.. Are there any others out there to do??
Heading up to Jacques Cartier for the weekend!! If any of you guys see a blue Sea Ray with 4-6 divers and a black collie in it. Stop by and say Hello!!! Daryaw, Lilly, King, Muskie, Gaskin....here we come!!!!
Diveb: if you're a camping enthusiast, check out Ivy Lea Camp ground which is just below the 1000 Island bridge. It has a few sites that border right on the water and you can literally fall into a drift dive (~30 - 120 ft depth) to the bridge and if you're really good, play the eddy currents almost back to your dive entry point.
Just west of prescott is the Rothesay. It's in 35 feet of water. Nice shore dive. Swim out to the Milk Jug Buoy and follow the line to the wreck. It's a side-paddlewheeler. Lots of grass beds on the way to the wreck - full of fish... There's a grassy spot by the side of the road with a diverdown flag painted on the trashcan. The scuba park by the Sea 'n' Sky dive shop is also nice for a night dive.