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Scuba Diving

  • Keweenaw Underwater Preserve
    This 103 square mile preserve is host to a variety of historic shipwrecks, plus the Coast Guard Cutter Mesquite.  Marked wrecks include: the LANGHAM in 90-105 feet of water in Bete Grise Bay; MESQUTE in 100 feet of water in Keystone Bay; SCOTIA in 15 feet of water off Keweenaw Point; WASAGA in 25-35 feet of water in Copper Harbor; CITY OF ST. JOE at 35 feet in Little Grand Marais Harbor; TRAVELLER in 20 feet in Eagle Harbor; PICKANDS, COLORADO, FERN & TIOGA & MORELAND on Sawtooth Reef off Eagle River. Charters & air supplies in Copper Harbor.  Lodging, dining, shopping and services available throughout the Keweenaw.  8 of these wrecks are marked with buoys from mid-June through mid-September.  (Michigan state law prohibits removal of any artifacts from the Keweenaw Underwater Preserve.)
  • Fred's Charters
    We will take you out on the Equinox, a 41' ChrisCraft, which accommodates up to six guests and is available for half-day, full-day or extended trips.  We have heated cabins, full galley and bathroom facilities.  Your captain has over twenty years experience sailing and guarantees that we will be ready as scheduled and fully equipped for your needs. Fred's Charters can take you to unique and out-of-the-way locations to explore shipwrecks, debris fields and even underwater caves.  More information is available on request.  Available mid-May to mid-October. P O Box 89Copper Harbor, MI 49918(906)
  • A Superior Divers Center
    Air available.  Monday through Saturday from Memorial Day to October 1.  Call ahead. 12811 State Hwy M-26 (4 miles west of Copper Harbor)Eagle Harbor, MI 49950(906) 289-4259  

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