ALMA: Milwaukee, WI
*Only 4 Divers Needed To Run*
Grab a few friends and let's go diving!
32 Foot cruiser with twin V8’s
Spacious and comfortable boat with an enclosed cabin
Knowledgeable, experienced captains and crew
Safety equipment including O2 Kit
Easy on/off with a walk through transom
Fins on ladder
Holds six divers comfortably
Large dive deck
Water and fresh fruit provided on all trips
Easy online booking
Phone support with a live captain in that area
Click a marker to see wreck pricing and information
So, how about those shipwrecks?
Show me the wrecks in Milwaukee,
The wreck of the Prins Willem V is intact, resting on its side in 69′ of water on a clay bottom; length is 258′. Ships machinery, cargo (printing presses, automobile parts, twine & band instruments) and equipment are intact; large open hatches may be found on deck. Large tanks used in a salvage effort may be found along side the wreck. Book Now!
The wreck of the Milwaukee lies in 125 feet of water off of Whitefish Bay approximately six miles north of Milwaukee and three miles off shore. The wreck sits upright on a sand and muck bottom with the superstructure about 100 feet east of the hull. The cargo of tubs along with railroad cars (one has three cars in it) are still located on the wreck. Some of the stern box cars are missing and at least one is sideways on the deck. Book Now!
Today, divers will find the Dredge 906 upside down with about 30 feet of water over her bottom. She rests on her crane and is rumored to contain the bodies of some of her crew. She lies 6 1/4 miles off of the Milwaukee Harbor Light at 130 degrees.
The tug rests in 74 feet of water approximately two and one-half miles off shore near the south end of Hoan bridge. The pilot house and engine room are pretty much intact. Book Now!
Today the schooner rests in 165 feet of water near the wreck of the St. Albans. She lies somewhat intact, broken by the force of hitting the bottom.
Click a date below to see open seats and use our dive scheduler to book your dive.
Use our exclusive online dive scheduler to schedule your next Great Lakes shipwreck diving adventure. You can schedule one charter ride or multiples easily and conveniently using our website. Be sure to complete the online waiver and make booking even easier!
Don’t see a date you want? Don’t worry, email us at info@doubleactiondivecharters.
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What To Bring
|Equipment||First Day||Extra Day||Weekly|
|Steel Tank Weights and/or Belt||$5.00||$3.00||$16.00|
|Drysuit w/ Boots||$75.00||$35.00||$300.00|
|Full Face Mask (mask only)||$15.00||$8.00||$64.00|
|Underwater Camera (bring your own SD card)||$35||$18||$100|
*Please note we can bring your equipment to the boat for an additional $35 fee, but we must have minimum of 3 days notice to get it on the boat. Give them a call at, 815-267-8400 to rent equipment for your trip, or see our other partners near you.
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