Gilbert has a history of successful unique artistic ventures created by a vivid imagination; a love for the splendid creatures living in hidden aquatic environments and a lifetime cause in communicating the mysteries of underwater environments.
Browsing: Nova Scotia
While there have been few successful ship disposal controls in the past, and so the possibility of being caught has been restricted, national authorities as well as environmental organisations are now more cautious.
A very common diver treasure hunting tactic line is “oh, we’re searching for such and such wreck” when in fact they’re looking for the “treasure chest” from Swissair.
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HMCS Saguenay was a St. Laurent-class destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy and later the Canadian Forces from 1956-1990. Saguenay is 366 feet long and rests in 90′ of water, and currently leans on its port side. Scuttled in 1994 as an artificial reef off Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, she took 20 minutes to disappear beneath the waves, and landed upright in the sand. In May of 1995, she had taken on a 70-degree list to starboard. Each year she settles further onto her side.
HMCS Saguenay was a St. Laurent-class destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy and…
The steamer, Tunstall, owned by the Black Diamond Line, was carrying coal from Pictou, Nova Scotia, to Montreal, Quebec, when it sank after being crushed in the ice off Covehead. The Tunstall was built in 1879 and sank on May 11, 1884. All the men aboard the Tunstall made it safely ashore and the wreck is now a popular site in Prince Edward Island for scuba divers.
The steamer, Tunstall, owned by the Black Diamond Line, was carrying coal from Pictou, Nova Scotia,…
When most people imagine scuba diving they think of hot weather and coral reefs. While this may bode well for some scuba divers that prefer this safe and easy underwater life, there are others that live in locations that don’t allow them that luxury.