Shipwrecks/2000 was held Saturday, March 25, 2000 in the same Welland location.

The sixth annual symposium on Shipwrecks, organized by the Niagara Divers' Association, a Niagara-based dive club of about 50 members, was held on Saturday, March 25, 2000 in Welland, Ontario. The one-day event is for all interested in listening to multi-media presentations on shipwrecks, ranging from recreational through to technical requirements, as well as expanding the history of a number of Great Lakes shipwrecks.

This year we were very excited to have six speakers giving a total of eight multimedia presentations

Gary Gentile

USS Monitor: A Civil War Legacy
Where Is the Best Shipwreck Diving?

Joyce Hayward

Where Is the Best Shipwreck Diving?

Dan Lindsay

Lake Erie's Long Point-New Discoveries

Dave Trotter

The Steamer Metropole
For Whom the Bell Tolls

 John Veber

The Wreck of The Tradewind

Mike Williams

The “NIAGARA II” Tobermory’s Newest Adventure
Roy A Jodrey

Steve Yormak

 Bill 13  update as well as current status of Gary Gentile's lawsuit to gain public access to the Hamilton & Scourge


DOOR PRIZES: dive charters, videos, dive equipment & more.
Winners are now listed.

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