Sanilac Diving

Since the shipwreck discovery of the steamer “Regina” in the 1980’s, recreational diving has exploded along the Sanilac shoreline. There are over 14 different wrecks within an hour of Port Sanilac or Lexington.

Water clarity has dramatically increased in Lake Huron over the past 15 years. It is not uncommon to hear reports of 75 foot visibility. Deep and shallow water dives are equally rewarding.

With all the interest generated by the many wrecks of the Great Storm of 1913, the Sanilac Underwater Preserve was formed to protect these wrecks from treasure hunters and salvagers. Commercial dive charters operate out of both Lexington and Port Sanilac harbors. Compressed air and dive supplies are available in Port Sanilac. Several Detroit metropolitan area dive shops organize dive trips to the Thumb area.

Huron Explorations Co.

246 N. Elk Street | Sandusky, MI 48471

Huron Venture

45 N. Flower Street | Croswell, MI 48422

Four Fathoms Diving Inc.

7320 Main Street | Port Sanilac, MI 48469

Rec & Tec Dive Charters Inc.

28780 Old North River Rd | Harrison Twp., MI

Contact: Gary D. Venet Sr., Captain

  • Huron Explorations Co

  • Huron Venture

  • Four Fathoms Diving Inc

  • Rec & Tec Dive Charters Inc