Thunder Bay Scuba in Alpena, Alpena County, United States | Diving
Wooden Schooners from the mid 1800's, Wooden Steam Freighters, early steel freighters.
Depth's from less than 20' to 200' or more. Almost all the wrecks below 130' were untouched by early salvage attempts and protected by law since the 80's, with some completely intact examples. Thunder Bay Scuba is centrally located along Lake Huron's "Shipwreck Alley" just inside the City of Alpena. We train and supply divers needs from Tawas City in the south to Presque Isle to the north. The Dive Shop sells Diving and snorkling gear from Oceanic, Bare, Scuba Max, & AmeriSea. Open 7 days a week from Memorial Day to Labor day, and 5 days a week the rest of the year. We offer Air and continous blend Nitrox fills. Working with charter operators we can book your dives and arrange accomodations for your group. We do our best to show your group a good time so when the weather blows your charter off the Lake ask us and we will arrange for alternate dives.
If your coming to Alpena, stop by Thunder Bay Scuba for the best advise on Diving or snorkling our wrecks. If you are looking for a Dive Charter, Lodging, Air Fills, or Equipment rentals Thunder Bay Scuba is here to help. We would like to help you arrange your entire stay. Our instructors offer PADI Open Water certification as well as the standard Specialities. New this year is the DSAT Rec-Tec courses including Deep Tech, and Gas Blenders certifications.