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Scuba Diving in Rothesay, Kings County, New Brunswick Canada

Depth :
30 ft / 9.1 m
Rothesay is one of eastern Ontario's most famous wreck sites. It is a Canadian town, located in Kings County, New Brunswick, a community of Saint Jon along the Kennebecasis River. Rothesay is one of the most appropriate and famous places for scuba diving.

This place is highly recommended for visiting, as its historical significance attracts many people every year from all over the world. Something that makes this place special for scuba diving, is the story of Rothesay ship that was carrying passengers between Brocville and Montreal.

The marine has collided with tug Myra and sunk at the present location. Nowadays Rothesay is very popular for diving. Best visibility can be achieved at 5 to 10 ft/1.50 to 3 m, where there is hardly any current at this depth. The maximum depth in this sea is about 30 ft/9.1 m. You can enjoy this activity in both summer and winter season.

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Fredericton
126 km / 78 mi, 1 hr 24 mins
Follow the NB_7 S and NB_1 E.
BY AIR
Montreal-PierreElliott Trudeau International Airport.,
692.3 km / 752.5 mi
BY TRAIN

The nearest train station is New Brunsweick

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