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Dive sites nearby

Sevey’s Marina

Sevey’s Marina is a private working boatyard so please be courteous when diving here. Leave your keys in your car in case they need to move it and pay your $10 parking fee at the green kiosk. Located on Lake Skaneateles, this dive site is like diving in an aquarium it’s so loaded with fish.

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Keuka Lake

Keuka Lake is one of the Finger Lakes of New York. There’s always something to be found at the bottom of the Finger Lakes from 18th-century glass bottles to old jewelry and even old fossils. Visibility is best in the spring and fall but the water is pretty chilly so bring a thick wetsuit!

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One of Lake Ontario’s most impressive shipwrecks, the St. Peter is located east of Pultneyville, NY.This 135-foot, three-masted schooner rests upright and intact in 117 feet of water.

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Lake Ontario Pipeline

Lake Ontario borders Canada and is the 13th largest lake in the world. The water is fairly cold, especially in the winter so you’ll want a thick wetsuit or drysuit for diving here.

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US Coast Guard Boat 56022

The US Coast Guard Boat 56022 sank in a storm on December 1, 1977. The boat was located by shipwreck explorers, Jim Kennard and Dan Scoville. While on route from Oswego to Niagara, the 56-foot Coast Guard cable boat experienced 6-foot waves and winds of 50 mph as it approached Nine Mile Point on Lake Ontario.

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Edison Pool

Pool site at Edison Career and Technical High School in the Rochester City School District in Rochester NY. Located at 665 Colfax Street in Rochester, NY.

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Scottsville Quarry

The Scottsville Quarry is located right outside of Rochester, New York and is easily accessible. Not the best vis but a good dive for all levels.

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Wolfe Islander II (Wreck)

Deep and cold water dive, more information can be found at http://patsdivecharters.com/wolfe-islander-ii/ , http://www.northerntechdiver.com/index.php/news/wecks/34-wolfe-islander-ii-1947-1985 and https://www.neptune-scuba.info/ca/on/wolfe-islander-en.html ,

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lake winola

Fresh Water, Shore Entry, Public Boat Launch with a Small Dock (seasonal), lots of parking, Dive Flag Required, Seasonal Porta Potty on site. Operated by PA Fish & Boat Commission.

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Wreck dive for Advanced Certification recreational divers. Divers will use guide lines to get onto the wreck. Depth varies from 60ft at stern to 115’ at bottom of rudder.

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