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Ship wreck near yacht club Pre 1960 Kingston Ontario Possible late 1800

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There are a lot of shipwrecks in the Kingston area. Some dating back to before the war of 1812. I would suggest you check with local dive stores or purchase a book called. The Great Lakes Diving Guide or one of the other great dive location books by Cris Kohl. It is an valuable source of information on wrecks and diving.

Also, check the locations of publicly known shipwrecks in all of Lake Ontario on the Shipwreckworld WRECK FINDER located at the top of this page.

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