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Diving


Kingston is home to some of the best freshwater wreck diving in the World and we have several sources of training locally as well as a number of excellent dive charter operations.  These are listed in alphabetical order below.  Other training and charter operations in the Region that may interest divers are shown towards the bottom of the page.  Please note that most dive business in Kingston is seasonal (April to November).  Do contact the operation you're interested in to check their hours and availability before making any big travel plans.


Training

ABUCS Diving - well established in Brockville for some years, ABUCS has now opened a store in Kingston at 55 Rigney Street (north of John Counter, east of John A McDonald).  Equipment, training, air fills  and charters are all available. Winter hours Saturday only 10 - 5.

CFB Kingston Dolphin Scuba Club - Although primarily established to serve members of the Canadian Forces and their family members, this Club accepts a limited number of civilian members for training.  A full range of recreational training is available.  They publish a leaflet that outlines their costs and arrangements.

Explorer Diving - Kingston's newest recreational dive training facility offering full service from beginner to advanced.


Dive Charters

ABUCS Diving - Located off John Counter at 55 Rigney Street, likely to operate from Treasure Island Marina.

Kingston Dive Charters - This operation runs out of Collins Bay, behind the Legion.  Look out for a new 12-pack boat this Summer.

Pats Charters - Home of the fastest, 6-pack boat on the Lake, operating out of Treasure Island Marina.


Gas / Air Fills

ABUCS Diving

Explorer Diving

Kingston Dive Charters


Other Regional Businesses

Canadian Sport Subs - Operates out of a very convenient location in Belleville.

Dive Tech - Situated on County Road 2, West of Brockville, very handy for divers visiting sites in the St Lawrence River.  Unquestionably the best-stocked dive store in the region.


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