Guided Wreck and Mine dives in Newfoundland by Steve Lewis

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Mark the date – June 22 – 29, 2019

Steve Lewis will be guiding tours on four WWII shipwrecks and in the historic Bell Island Iron-ore Mine, in Newfoundland. (You can also dive without a guide if you have the appropriate experience.)  You take a 45 minute boat ride to reach these ships, and there are four ships with depths ranging from 60’ to 160’ within two square miles of each other to see. (SS Lord Strathcona  SS Saganaga, Rose Castle and the PLM 2) These wrecks are fully intact and up right  which makes for some great diving.

About this exhibition

Seven nights and five days of diving. Two dives per day. Includes:

All transportation on diving days
Airport transfers.
Twin or king accommodation at our luxury Dive lodge and resort.
Lunch on dive days on Mermaid Dive Boat only.

Package:  Canadian Dollars

Basic—2199.00 (single AL 80 tanks no nitrox, no DECO)
Nitrox–2399.00 (single Steel Higher volume tanks with nitrox, no long DECO)
Tech—2599.00 (Twin, Side-mount, Rebreather and Sofnolime, Stages, Pony’s, Slings and with DECO including Nitrox and O2)
Mine Quest Diving in the Bell Island Mines 300.00 extra on Tech Package (FULL CAVE Certified)
Iceberg Dive in season when available 300.00 extra to any package. (Must have Buoyancy and Deep Specialties with 100 certified dives Minimum)

Enjoy some world-class wrecks and a historic mine dive sponsored by Steve Lewis in conjunction with Ocean Quest.

Book your spot now with 2018 prices at: https://oceanquestadventures.com/en/contact

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Kathy is the owner of Kirk Scuba Gear, a passionate Scuba Diver, Ocean Advocate and Managing Editor of The Scuba News Canada

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