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Introduction To Our New Blog Page About Local Dive Sites And Experiences

Farewell to the 2023 dive season! it’s been a great one!  For most of us, it’s time to dry out the scuba gear, service the regulators and get the tanks tested for next year.  Then, there are the die-hard divers that scour the weather app for days with temperatures on the plus side in order to give themselves the ultimate 45 minute brain freeze.


We are a group of scuba divers belonging to the Seaway Valley Divers Club and members of the Lost Villages Historical Society.  Marc Pilon (myself), Andrew Emard, Sam Hamed, and Jason Xenakis will recount many of the “Lost Villages” dive sites we have had the pleasure to explore.  Aside from the popular shore dive destinations like “Lock 21” in the Long Sault Parkway, the “Paper Mill” at Guidon Park and several spots from the Morrisburg boat launch there are many other areas of interest.  We will discuss their locations on current and period maps, show underwater photos and videos, as well as the known history behind them.  Most facts are provided by the Lost Villages Museum archives and first-hand stories and accounts by Jim Brownell.  Born and raised in Moulinette and President of the Lost Villages Historical Society, he brings to life all the dive sites we discuss with him. 

Marc Pilon, Andrew Emard, Sam Hamed, and Jason Xenakis

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