Join us for a week of excellent fresh-water wreck diving in the beautiful Thousand Islands region of upstate New York. Enjoy everything from wooden shipwrecks dating to the War of 1812, to steel-hulled freighters of
the early 20th century. Thrill to the enjoyment of zipping along in multi-knot current drift diving! Several dive sites also offer the opportunity to hunt for antique bottles and other buried “treasure!” And unlike Atlantic coast wreck diving, there are no three-hour boat rides or weather-related “blow-outs” to worry about. The trip price of $850 includes five days of two-tank, morning charters aboard the custom dive vessel 2-Dive-4,
as well as seven nights lodging (based on per-person, double-occupancy rooming. Single-occupancy upgrades are available). Shore diving is also available in the Alexandria Bay and Clayton areas. NO EQUIPMENT is included, and must be provided by the diver. Rental equipment is not readily available in the area, and divers are not recommended to depend on local rental equipment being available. Needed rental equipment may be sourced from National Diving Center at discounted rates for divers on this trip. Transportation to Alexandria Bay, meals, and air fills are the diver’s individual responsibility. Due to deep depths, strong currents, limited visibility, and modest temperatures at depth, this trip is recommended only for those divers with appropriate experience.
Deposit & Cancellation Policies
1. A $400 deposit will guarantee and hold your berth on the charter boat. Space is limited, as the 2-Dive-4 is a “six pack.” This deposit, once made, is non-refundable unless I am able to replace you on the trip.
2. A final payment of $450 is due one month prior to departure. This payment, covering lodging, is refundable up to two weeks prior to departure (July 06, 2019). No refunds are available after this date.
3. Payment should be made via personal check (payable to Michael Gurevitz).
4. Credit card payments may be made at National Diving Center, but will be subject to an additional 4% surcharge.