Browsing: Scuba Diving Tobermory

Community News Norisle
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Bringing History Home – The Return of the SS Norisle

In the fall of 2016 the Tobermory Maritime Association had begun the regulatory process to “Bring History Home”.  Our goal is to return the S.S. Norisle to Tobermory where she has served, and to then scuttle her just outside of the Fathom Five National Marine Park.  The waters of Tobermory already shelter a maritime museum. What better final resting place for her to be preserved then in the crystal clear waters of Tobermory?

Community News
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Bringing History Home – The Return of the SS Norisle

In the fall of 2016 the Tobermory Maritime Association had begun the regulatory process to “Bring History Home”.  Our goal is to return the S.S. Norisle to Tobermory where she has served, and to then scuttle her just outside of the Fathom Five National Marine Park.  The waters of Tobermory already shelter a maritime museum. What better final resting place for her to be preserved then in the crystal clear waters of Tobermory?

Scuba Features Drew
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Interest in scuba leads to dive shop ownership, diverse bucket list of dive sites

Drew Nageleisen followed his father into diving. “My dad was a diver in the early ‘60s. I always wanted to do it,” says Nageleisen, of Kitchener. After getting his open water certification in 2012, his passion for the underwater world soon morph into a career in the sport. He bought out his partner and became the sole owner of TriCity Scuba Centre in Kitchener.

Community News Tobermory
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Diver Death in Tobermory

A Michigan man identified as 66 year old Michael Maxwell of Southfield, Michigan USA, has died while scuba diving at Tobermory. Maxwell was with a group of divers associated with a Michigan scuba diving club. They had been diving the Niagara II Shipwreck, a popular dive shipwreck, in Georgian Bay.

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