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Underwater Photo Location: Parc Marin du Lac St-Francois

Underwater Photo Location: Parc Marin du Lac St-Francois

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About one kilometer south of St-Zotique municipality on the shores of the St-Lawrence River in Québec, Canada, in a widening of the river called Lake St-Francois, are found five wrecks forming a dive site known as Parc Marin Du Lac St-Francois.
Average depht is 35 feet.
Deepest wreck is 85 feet.
Lots of fish, and visibility ideal in september-october.
Water temp in summer 72-75 degrees.
Facts about Parc Marin du Lac St-Francois
  • It is in Canada
  • The typical depth is 0-10 Metres 0-30 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
Dive types
dayboatwrecknightdriftfreshwater

Marine Life
bigsmall

Diving facilities
airnitroxrepairshireinstructionguidedfriendly

Photo facilities
macroprocessingfilmpfriendly

by Jean-Louis Courteau
"Looking Out" These rock bass are having a look outside an opening in a wreck where they find security. Outside, the pikes and big walleyes roam...

by Jean-Louis Courteau
"Unchain My Heart" A small wreck in the St-Lawrence, chained to the silent depht

by Jean-Louis Courteau
"Deep Poetry!" In fact; this is exactly what it is! My notebook which i use for drawings and ...poems inspired by the ghosts of old wrecks.

by Jean-Louis Courteau
"Flowered Tomb" A freshwater sponge grows on an anchor.

by Jean-Louis Courteau
"Captain's Quarters" A rock bass makes an old wreck his home...

by Jean-Louis Courteau
Hundreds of colonies of Cristatella Mucedo (bryozoan), covering a lamp on a wreck.
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