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Kingston

Type:     Shipwreck
Build:     1946
Location:     Kingston, Canada
Depth:     81 feet
Built:     1946
Sunk:     1985
Length:     164 feet
Access:     boat
Level:     Intermediate / Advanced
Orientation:     Upright

 Description
The Wolfe Islander II is a great wreck for diving. There are a number of items on the deck. These include a motorcycle (whose parking ticket has long since blown away in the current), a number of bowling balls (great for having a game of volleyball), and a bicycle.

The Wolfe Islander II has been described as an "amusement park" underwater. Intentionally sunk as a dive site, she has been prepared with safety and enjoyment in mind.

Scuttled in 1985 after serving as a passenger and car ferry, this wreck is an absolute blast to dive. It starts a little over 30'' below the surface and has a maximum depth of about 80'', so it is safe for almost all levels of diver from guppy to water-logged. Doors have been removed along with hatches and many potential dangers so this is an easy wreck to penetrate, but is big enough to get lost in.

The location for this wreck was chosen with foul weather in mind, so when the wind and waves make the main body of the lake inaccessible the Wolfe is sufficiently sheltered you can usually make a dive or two there to salvage your day

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