Wrecks of Nova Scotia

The waters of Nova Scotia are full of wrecks waiting to be explored by all certification levels.  We can supply you with dive brief and a history of the ship; we're very luck to say our staff have well over 10 years of experience with diving these wrecks. You'll find artificially reef (sunk for diver), world war wrecks, ships that misjudged Nova Scotia's jagged rocky shoreline to ships that misfortune due to scavenging and much more.  On this page you'll find pictures, videos and date wreck sanked as well as certification level.




Kaaparen  (Original name Larviksfjord)

HMS L-26



(Originally Lincoln City, renamed Chicago then renamed Salerno)


Martin Van Buren


More wrecks write ups coming soon

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