Lake Champlain Dive Sites – New York, Vermont, Quebec, Canada – Shipwrecks, Shore Dives
Lake Champlain is an amazing destination for scuba diving! There are shipwrecks scattered around the lake, including several historic vessels. The lake also offers plenty of shore and boat diving opportunities, making it a great spot to explore underwater. You can find everything from shipwrecks to rock formations and aquatic life on your dive. With its clear waters and diverse marine life, Lake Champlain is one of the best places to experience the wonders of scuba diving! Plus, the views above water are just as spectacular – with majestic mountains in the background, you’ll never forget your dive in Lake Champlain. So come explore this unique underwater world today – you won’t regret it!
If you’re looking for more adventure, you can even explore shipwrecks at the lake’s depths. Many shipwrecks are over 200 years old, offering a unique glimpse into the past. From schooners to steamboats and more, it’s an underwater playground of exploration! With visibility up to 30 feet in many areas, you’ll be able to take in all that Lake Champlain has to offer.
When planning your dive trip, make sure to check out some of the local dive shops for gear rentals and support. You can also sign up for organized trips with experienced divers or rent boats so you can explore the lake on your own. With everything from shipwrecks to shore dives and boat dives available, there is something for everyone at Lake Champlain. So don’t wait any longer – come explore Lake Champlain and discover a world of underwater adventure!
Thompson’s Point – in the town of Charlotte, Vermont
Burlington Fishing Pier –
Beer Can Island (Malletts Bay) –
Bruno’s Reef (Malletts Bay) – A reef in Mallett’s Bay, Colchester, Vermont. If you are going to here, you will need a boat and GPS with a depth gauge on your boat. To get there, you are looking for the coordinates
Ship Wrecks of the Lake Champlain Underwater Historic Preserve
U.S. La Vallee
Ship Wrecks of Lake Champlain not in the Underwater Historic Preserve
There are several shipwrecks in Shelburne Bay at different depths. The 6 that we know of were all scuttled out of Shelburne Shipyard. We are working on locating a Ferry and a Tug Boat. Once we have located them, and dove them, I’ll post info about them here.
Barge – Shelburne Bay
Barge ? – Shelburne Bay
Barge ? – Shelburne Bay