The Sligo – This wreck lies in 70 feet of cold water approximately 2.5 km East of Humber Bay Park. The hull is nearly intact and can be entered at both bow and stern. When discovered in 1984, the wreck was rich with artifacts, many of which are now regrettably gone. There still remain many interesting sights including the ship’s stove and wheel, which lie off the stern.
The Merrill – Lies in 55 feet of cold water near the Sligo Wreck. This is a great spot to for recreational divers to enjoy cold water scuba diving.
The Lyman Davis – This “black wreck in black water” lies in 135 feet of cold water in Lake Ontario, just outside the Toronto Harbour. There is not much ambient light at this site, so it may feel more like a night dive. Proper deep cold water dive training is crucial when attempting this wreck. Suitable for Technical or experienced Advanced certified divers only.