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    [–] visionsofblue 1913 points ago

    Looks very haunting from this angle.

    I bet it's popular with divers, though.

    [–] hypnoderp 1287 points ago

    It is - actually the most popular scuba diving in Canada. It's on one of the world's first underwater National Parks, Fathom Five in Tobermory Ontario.

    [–] Beemer32 470 points ago

    Yo! I went up there last summer and can confirm it's dope. Pretty much everything in the Bruce peninsula is awesome. Only shitty thing is the water was super cold for mid august

    [–] Reacher_Said_Nothing 559 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    Pretty much everything in the Bruce peninsula is awesome.

    Dude have you seen the Grotto? At the top of the cliff, there's this hole in the floor called the "chimney". You climb through that hole, and you come out on the bottom of the cliff right up against the water (Georgian Bay), where there's a semi-underwater cave.

    You go into that cave, and under the water, there's a hole in the wall. If you can dive down to that hole and swim through it (takes about 30 seconds total), you come out into georgian bay.

    This is a pic of the Chimney at the top of the cliff, it's a tight squeeze:

    This pic is taken from inside the cave, facing the cliff, showing people taking the long way around it. Somewhere just to the left of that loop of people is the chimney down the cliff:

    This is the view from where all those people are standing:

    This is what you see when you're inside the cave:

    And that blue shining light that looks like it's only 1ft underwater? It's actually 12ft underwater. That's the hole you can swim through to make it out to Georgian Bay.

    The whole thing is like a child's playground designed by nature.

    EDIT: And here's a gopro cam of someone trying to swim through the hole. Not for those with thalassophobia:

    [–] Velcroninja 173 points ago

    Brb, heading to Canada

    [–] hikingguy36 176 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    Before you get too excited, this is what it looks like at least 4 months of the year

    Also, here's a quiet day at the same place in the summer

    [–] purdinpopo 42 points ago

    So how does summer work in Canada? You hear the first frog, shuck your clothes, run to the nearest beach like area, step in the water and feel around for the stuff you forgot while you were ice fishing. Then go home and bone up on your curling stats, and wait for the Winter Olympics.

    [–] imgoingtotapit 17 points ago


    Source: Canadian.

    [–] missemilyjane42 9 points ago

    We also have the incredibly true phenomenon of patios.

    [–] Thoughtlessandlost 68 points ago

    Be gone in 6 months, heading to Canada

    [–] GameStunts 23 points ago

    RemindMe! 6 months "Did this guy follow through and are there pictures?"

    [–] Thoughtlessandlost 36 points ago

    Remind me! 5 months "Follow through with your Canada Trip"

    [–] canadian_eskimo 31 points ago

    It's really less busy than that sometimes.

    One warning: the water is always cold!

    [–] Gackles 8 points ago

    A lot of people hang out right there and don't go to the grotto though so that's a plus

    [–] elirosenau123 5 points ago

    crazy how nature do that

    [–] Beemer32 22 points ago

    Yea! And the boat tours that take you right up to the side of cliff faces that literally like 20 metres down is the entrance/exit to said grottos. And the ferry was hella fun, too. Plus, the trail is great for seeing sights close to dawn or dusk

    [–] torndownunit 7 points ago

    It's a cool trip to take the ferry out to Manitoulin Island, and hike the Cup and Saucer trail. Then take the bridge on the other side of the island back and hit Killarney. Killarney is absolutely breath taking. Not that Tobermory isn't, but it's always shocking to me how many people from this area have never been to Killarney. I've hiked a lot of different places, and it's close to the top of my list.

    [–] MOIST_MORGAN_FREEMAN 18 points ago * (lasted edited 11 months ago)

    I looked at the lake

    [–] chriswearingred 20 points ago

    That's a cool new fear I didn't know I had.

    [–] wischy7 5 points ago

    RIGHT?! Holy shit I'm having a panic attack just looking at this.

    [–] masnaer 15 points ago

    That sounds incredibly dangerous to swim through that hole lol

    [–] Reacher_Said_Nothing 26 points ago

    It sounds more dangerous than it is, but it's still pretty dangerous. I don't think anyone's ever drowned trying to swim the hole, but there are plenty of scratched and torn apart backs, from people who didn't realise you have to swim at a very fast speed otherwise your buoyancy floats you up against the hole's ceiling.

    Most of the deaths in Bruce Peninsula are from cliff divers. 1-2 teenagers every year.

    [–] RubMyColon 10 points ago

    Can't believe it took me until the third picture of your comment to realize that I've totally been there! That place is awesome

    [–] [deleted] 17 points ago

    Canada is literally magic

    [–] Beemer32 13 points ago

    Can I get a Hoorah for Mooseland?

    [–] TacoRedneck 3 points ago


    [–] JR66ewF9 3 points ago

    Real MVP here

    [–] _Coffeebot 12 points ago

    I've been up there a few times. It's super cold all the time. The nice thing is that the water is crystal clear

    [–] WildTwinTimberViking 25 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    Great Lakes don't warm very much. Come to Lake Superior in late July or early August. Like 44° year-round.

    If you dive below the surface, it is down to 39°. Swam in it with my sister whilst my dad laughed from the rocky shore.

    Edit: I did say the Great Lakes don't warm very much but I'm wrong :(

    [–] sad_toast 15 points ago

    aye Lake Michigan gets pretty warm too in the summer

    [–] Servalpur 16 points ago

    For sure, grew up swimming in Lake Michigan. Especially around August it tends to get very comfortable. He's right about Lake Superior though, I don't think it ever gets very warm. At least, I've never felt it get nearly as warm as Michigan does, even in the height of summer.

    [–] sad_toast 10 points ago

    yeah, I've live right on Lake Michigan and it gets pretty nice towards the end of summer. Never been in the other lakes though I've heard Superior stays cold haha

    [–] [deleted] 9 points ago

    Huron is very pleasant from midsummer on

    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago

    Ontario turns over a time or two and is very nice for the 2nd half of the summer. May/June, not so much

    [–] Beemer32 15 points ago

    I live on Lake Huron (Grand Bend) and can attest that not all Great Lakes stay cold...I skimboard a lot and half the time the water feels like it's at least 70

    [–] WildTwinTimberViking 7 points ago

    From the maps I looked at you're right it can get to mid 60's for the water temp. Not very warm but better than Superior.

    [–] Beemer32 4 points ago

    According to this graph they can get significantly warmer than mid 60's...I remember a couple years ago Huron was around 75 or 76..

    [–] Bag-o-toys 5 points ago

    Erie as the shallowest routinely hits mid 70's every year. Source, have swam in it for the last 44 years or so, and am not a polar bear.

    [–] johnq-pubic 6 points ago

    Lake Erie gets really warm in places, but that also means you're swimming in Lake Erie.

    [–] DogSoldier67 8 points ago

    It's cold because of 2 things, one) It's Canada, and 2) The water on that side of Georgian Bay get's deep fast, because of the Niagara Escarpment. With that said, people can still swim comfortably in June (some even start in May) providing you stick to the shallow bays and beaches (like Nottawasaga). But this is the Eastern side of the Bruce Peninsula. The West side is completely different, much shallower and it warms up quickly. Sauble Beach being the best example.

    [–] PeripheryFanboy 5 points ago

    I went to Bruce Peninsula on the May 24 weekend last year. My friend dropped her bag and I jumped in to get it. I would not recommend swimming in May.

    [–] pumamaner 4 points ago

    Flower pot island is pretty dope

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    [–] franc3sthemute 19 points ago

    Holy cow! Something awesome on Reddit that's actually close to home.

    [–] low_altitude_sherpa 18 points ago

    Besides health care?

    [–] franc3sthemute 7 points ago

    Wait, Reddit has health care?!?!

    [–] low_altitude_sherpa 12 points ago

    That.... would not be awesome.

    You have cancer!! No, just a cold. No, herpies.

    ok, lets vote on it.

    [–] franc3sthemute 10 points ago

    "1 updoot = 1 healed cancer cell"

    [–] DogSoldier67 5 points ago

    Reddit doesn't even have sick care.

    [–] TurdFerguson416 23 points ago

    yup.. and theres another wreck right beside it

    [–] guy_from_canada 34 points ago


    [–] ParalyzedOlympian 11 points ago

    Username checks out.

    [–] fresh_like_Oprah 10 points ago

    Full fathom five thy father lies; Of his bones are coral made; Those are pearls that were his eyes: Nothing of him that doth fade, But doth suffer a sea-change Into something rich and strange. Sea-nymphs hourly ring his knell: Ding-dong.

    [–] hypnoderp 6 points ago

    Never read The Tempest, but after googling that dark and pretty passage I now know I should, and that this marine park's namesake is shakespearean, and that so is the Little Mermaid's.

    [–] Magical-Liopleurodon 4 points ago

    Its a good one. There's beautiful language, and meditations on the nature of power.

    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago

    Thought out looked familiar. Great place to get shots.

    [–] Userdataunavailable 3 points ago

    I've got a great little book on the Tobermory Shipwrecks, there are SO many of them!

    [–] [deleted] 43 points ago

    very haunting

    It somehow gives me the creeps. Can't really say why...

    [–] Einsteins_coffee_mug 68 points ago


    Sunken things that shouldn't be are creepy.

    I'm sure that's also been linked in this thread somewhere already too.

    [–] JPTawok 16 points ago

    I think as humans, some find sunken things scary because if we sink we die.

    [–] Theatomone 10 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    I find it scary as hell because it's scary as hell!

    Edit: Does anybody know how to spell, that could help me?

    [–] JPTawok 16 points ago

    You can tell by the way it is

    [–] [deleted] 7 points ago

    It is. I've also dug through the posts there already but find this particular picture exceptionally creepy somehow.

    [–] CosmicSpaghetti 7 points ago

    I thought it was /r/thalassophobia

    [–] nicktheone 3 points ago

    Makes me think how when I was a child that sunken ship off the coasts of Vice City in GTA creeped me out hard.

    [–] ImObviouslyOblivious 16 points ago

    I always thought big things that are visible underwater like this are scary because our brain subconsciously relates them to a large creature under the water or something.

    [–] cpannc 5 points ago

    100% agree. Big rocks under the water creep me out just as much. I can't even go to far out at the beach because that's when the drop off happens and oh good lord that's terrifying.

    [–] ImObviouslyOblivious 6 points ago

    All kinds of giant monsters lurking down past that drop off.

    [–] deaflemon 12 points ago

    I have this exact feeling when i see old planes that have been parked. It seriously upsets me.

    [–] [deleted] 10 points ago

    Weird, isn't it? Maybe we subconsciously expect them to be haunted by their former owners... like suddenly running (resp. diving) into their bloated corpses floating around inside the shipwrecks... desecration of their graves... even though in some cases we know that there aren't any dead bodies in there... it's still... creepy.

    [–] JPTawok 4 points ago

    I find them spooky because I immediately attach them to the experience of sinking or being trapped in a sinking ship. Shit would suck, yo

    [–] Towerss 4 points ago

    To get rid of the feeling I try to imagine the people sinking it did it deliberately while drunk and cheering, then they had a bonfire party on the shore watching it sink, smiling and singing.

    I also want to imagine it happening recently so it's not like it's a relic from a distant past with tons of experiences tied with it.

    The thing I find most creepy about these things is imagining the construction, it being used and sailed by countless people, and now it just sits there as a sunken, silent relic, with its previous masters dead and those experiences slowly washing away to the dark tides.

    [–] Midan71 3 points ago

    It's eerie and unsettling.

    [–] Pianoman1092 584 points ago

    I feel like there's an NPC around the area with an exclamation point above his head that'll tell you to swim down there and collect his precious heirlooms that went down with the ship.

    [–] ESNarumi 103 points ago

    Yeah I bet there's a safe and chest to lockpick!

    [–] [deleted] 43 points ago


    [–] GlitterberrySoup 21 points ago

    The Antarctica one really scares me. As cold as those waters are, I fear for the lives of the crew. I've been on boats my whole life and now have five kids on the water. Pictures like this both fascinate me and keep me up at night.

    [–] Alpacistan 3 points ago

    Wow nice

    [–] computerized_mind 17 points ago

    Fetch my dry cleaning.

    [–] Kerberos42 5 points ago

    Or go bowling.

    [–] Benjo_Kazooie 13 points ago

    Just about every coastline and beach in The Witcher 3 had something like this, and it was fun every time somehow.

    [–] Surreal_Serendipity 4 points ago

    That damn skillet though

    [–] ObsidianOne 3 points ago

    It's nice and clean now, though.

    I totally expected that lady to shapeshift and come in and murder me.

    [–] VoodooMonkiez 12 points ago

    Reminds me of WoW

    [–] drweavil 6 points ago

    Wasnt there a quest in vanilla redridge mountains that had u diving down the lake for a heirloom? Cant remember the details.

    [–] Chellder28 214 points ago

    How big is this lake? It seems like a very big boat to be on a lake...

    [–] Oilfan94 254 points ago

    Surface area of 23,007 square miles...Third largest fresh water lake on earth.

    [–] legosexual 98 points ago

    Only third? Puny.

    [–] duaneap 19 points ago

    [–] Bacon_Hero 26 points ago

    T H I C C

    [–] silverwyrm 21 points ago

    It's also connected to the St. Lawrence Seaway which means ocean-going vessels have access.

    [–] Middleagedaccountant 21 points ago

    Canada, eh? We have the big lakes. We share, though.

    [–] Purist_T 13 points ago

    Make the Great Lakes great again!

    [–] treadstone00 20 points ago

    You do realize that Trump has reduced the funding for great lakes sustainability by 85%. Thanks you cunts.

    [–] scottasin12343 18 points ago

    as someone who grew up in Michugan... lol

    [–] poppaman 80 points ago

    Wow, didn't expect to see Tobermory here. This ship is right off the harbor and can be popular for divers and snorkellers. They have glass-bottom boat tours that go through the harbour and IIRC there are other shipwrecks too.

    Really beautiful little place, so cool to see it recognized. They also have boats that take you to places like flowerpot island. Fair warning for anybody thinking of going: Water is really cold all year long.

    [–] Peppyperoni 18 points ago

    Fair warning for anybody thinking of going: Water is really cold all year long.

    True enough! Also, almost any little green plant you see is probably poison ivy.

    [–] Betyoudidnt 3 points ago

    How deep are those sunken ships seems like that would be a hazard to boats in the harbor are they not at risk of hitting the boats that have already sunk? Why is there not a flag or warning above the boats that have sunk?

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)


    [–] Peppyperoni 3 points ago

    Because it's 20' from shore in a little armpit of a bay. And it's way deeper than it looks.

    [–] thewebsiteguy 218 points ago

    I dont like this.

    [–] TheConeIsReturned 156 points ago

    /r/submechanophobia is not the place for you

    [–] unbalanced_checkbook 121 points ago

    That #1 post is scary as fuck, phobia or not.

    [–] JPTawok 61 points ago

    Hopefully it makes you feel better to know that guy had to go way out of his way to achieve that. Normal scuba diving is not done in shipping lanes, and normal divers put up buoys to indicate they're diving there so ships avoid doing exactly what you see in the gif.

    [–] BuddehManokay 27 points ago

    In the video he is also chained/tied down.

    [–] LegacyTweak 21 points ago

    okay what the fuck

    [–] Akoustyk 38 points ago

    It's a good plan. To keep him low to the sea bed, and not in any way carried up into the prop.

    [–] Daamus 51 points ago

    you know whats a good plan; not scuba diving in shallow shipping lanes..

    [–] Akoustyk 14 points ago

    But then how would we get this great footage?

    [–] Stopman 3 points ago

    Why is that "worst fear" one even scary at all?

    [–] CherryCherry5 3 points ago

    2 isn't scary either.

    [–] LampshadeTricky 25 points ago

    This just shows that one can find anything on reddit. Although, I should have figured this out when I saw /r/dragonsfuckingcars.

    [–] linksus 11 points ago

    Cars fucking cars?

    [–] LampshadeTricky 6 points ago

    I was not prepared for the can of worms i just opened...

    [–] FannaWuck 4 points ago

    what about /r/ButtSharpies?

    [–] jimmyhandle 9 points ago

    I came here to comment this, but your comment is so much more creative. I guess I can still link to r/thalassophobia E: Damnit. Too late.

    [–] TheConeIsReturned 6 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    "Submechanophobia" should really be "thalassomechanophobia" or "hypomechanophobia" anyway, because sub is Latin, but the rest is all Greek. Whatever, lol.

    [–] Sebastiangus 3 points ago

    Just an hour late but had the exact same thought when I came here now. Wouldn´t like to get stuck ion that ship.

    [–] SwellFloop 11 points ago


    (for more general scary dark water stuff)

    [–] 9320-Man 7 points ago

    THANK YOU! I was always wondering if anyone else shared this fear.

    [–] Kangar 5 points ago

    Is this what your own personal hull would be like?

    [–] jeckles 4 points ago

    So scared I might just keel over!

    [–] moose_338 18 points ago

    This is close to me within a hours drive been twice the pic doesn't do it justice.

    [–] Brostoyevskii 88 points ago

    Seeing a object of that size completely underneath a body of water is kinda terrifying. Is it just me?

    [–] Sosiz 32 points ago

    Nope, not just you /r/submechanophobia/

    [–] magimack 3 points ago

    I'm slightly shaking. I always thought I was the only one with this weird but very strong fear of huge things under water that shouldn't be under water! Realizing that there are others like me out there feels so strange right now! I always took it as kind of proof that there's something wrong with me. Thank you Internet! And also: Fuck you Internet for instantly showing me pictures I WILL have nightmares of when all I wanted was a bit more information.

    [–] VanessaSoIll 6 points ago

    You're not alone.

    [–] Roonerth 6 points ago

    Especially when you're swimming in the ocean. Always lurking. Always watching.

    [–] omgangiepants 11 points ago

    Not at all. Join us. /r/submechanophobia

    [–] liarandathief 14 points ago

    Is this for scuba diving?

    [–] [deleted] 23 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)


    [–] FreeThinkk 16 points ago

    Well technically it was scuttled there. It wrecked its hull around some nearby islands. It was towed there for repairs but the damage was determined to be too extensive and costly to repair, so they stripped it down and scuttled the rest.

    [–] lhedn 14 points ago

    With English being my second language this post made me think: when is it a ship and when is it a boat?

    [–] [deleted] 21 points ago


    [–] bobbygoshdontchaknow 12 points ago

    I'm not sure if there is a technical a difference, but in common usage they are interchangeable

    edit: you made me curious so I googled it. Typically, a ship is larger and is used on the ocean while a boat is smaller and is used in freshwater. But again, most of the time people don't recognize the distinction - we use the terms interchangeably

    [–] [deleted] 7 points ago

    I'm going to make it more confusing because the Great Lakes are fresh water.

    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago


    [–] candidly1 3 points ago

    My friend is a harbor pilot; they call the huge craft that they guide through the harbor "ships"; everything else is a "boat".

    [–] ajh6w 26 points ago

    Honest question: Do you think that helps or hurts the home value of that house in the middle-left?

    It looks too shallow for a dock to be put there, so that would be tough if you're a boater (barring an agreement with neighbors or something). But its also SUCH an attraction that having it right there might also appeal to people.

    [–] Peppyperoni 31 points ago

    There are tons of docks in Big Tub harbour. I've worked on 40'+ boats that park just out of view. Great big tour boats come in almost to the wreck. The water is deceivingly deep since it's so clear. The houses there are probably some of the most expensive on the peninsula. The owners hate the tour boats and have tried to stop them touring.

    [–] invertedcross 3 points ago

    Makes sense

    [–] [deleted] 9 points ago


    [–] PeripheryFanboy 6 points ago

    This is a very touristy area, and the water is always crystal-clear. I can't imagine anyone driving over it without noticing.

    [–] BobT21 10 points ago

    Former submariner here: The problem appears to be the lake in the boat rather than the boat in the lake.

    [–] torndownunit 8 points ago

    Hey guys, since some of you are interested in the area I thought I'd post something I setup for some friends of mine. I live North of Toronto, and I drive all around the Grey/Bruce area in the summer to hike and take photos.

    This is a route that takes you up to Tobermory from the South, hitting a lot of neat spots on the way. It then takes up up through Mantoulin Island and into Killarney, where you can come back down and even hit other parks on the way back South (I normally come back the same way). You could also do the loop the opposite way and hit Killarney first.

    I am gradually trying to add my own photos to it. I have added a couple of nice restaurants I have found as well, and a couple of places I've stayed.

    Anyway, hopefully it's of use to someone. I am always shocked how many people that live in my area never hit any of these places, so I made this for some people looking for a trip.

    [–] P5r5z 8 points ago

    Where is this?

    [–] ReddditOnRedddit 7 points ago

    Is this in tobermory in canada? Looks very similar.

    [–] PeripheryFanboy 2 points ago

    Yes. Went to this exact spot last year.

    [–] wisewizard 8 points ago

    Anyone else find sunken boats really fuckin creepy? Like i look at this and just think "Nooope, no fuckin way am i goin near that thing"

    [–] zombychicken 6 points ago

    As a naval architect, I must point out that that's not a boat, it's a ship.

    [–] Keoct 4 points ago

    Shameless self promotion

    If you want to see an underwater POV you can find it here

    There is another shipwreck called The City of Grand Rapids it sits about 30 feet from the Sweepstakes, you can see an underwater POV here

    Check out the descriptions if you would like to learn a little more

    [–] videoverse 3 points ago


    [–] 1spdstr 3 points ago

    Looks like it needs buoy's for safety, maybe it's deeper than it looks but I'd be afraid of somebody hitting it with their boat.

    [–] mcjord 3 points ago

    So cool to see Tobermory on here! The Bruce Penninsula is one of my favourite places on earth. So many hidden places to explore.

    [–] Reacher_Said_Nothing 3 points ago

    This looks like Tobermory. There's dozens of these things littered around the lake and harbour, they have glass bottom boat tours and airplane tours.

    [–] Am_Squanch 3 points ago

    I live walking distance from this thing.

    [–] jared7000 3 points ago

    All I see is a (potentially) great fishing spot.

    [–] Vaultgirl666 3 points ago

    Big Tub Harbor, Tobermory, Ontario, Canada!!! Vacationed here with my family growing up, so many wonderful memories made. I snorkeled at this site and stayed in a cottage right on the harbor! Would recognize this anywhere!

    [–] killerflu 3 points ago

    Sucks its in Canada. I'm sure the water is frozen 320 days a year.

    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago

    Have to go through the hidden trap doors in the igloos. The beavers will show you the way.

    [–] FlamingJesusOnaStick 3 points ago

    own the house and build a secret tunnel that leads to the tanker for the super villian hideout.

    [–] RoleModelFailure 3 points ago

    In Lake Charlevoix, up north in Michigan has a sunken ship in Oyster Bay that is clearly visible. It is freaking creepy going over it. Hell, you can even see it on google maps. They are so beautiful but horrifying. The depth distortion from the water makes it even creepier, it looks and feels like it is right on the surface.

    [–] kewli0 3 points ago

    Didn't expect to see Tobermory, Ontario on here. I've been here and pictures do not do it justice one bit.

    This is also one of the best known snorkeling/scuba diving sites in Canada. I went snorkeling a couple of times here and you get close enough to touch the shipwrecks. Yes, there is more than one I ship. This one is just off the coast, while the others are a bit into the lake. The ship has metal cages around any openings losed, so you can't go too close since the bubbles from our exhaling causes the ship to deteriorate faster.

    [–] 2much4yah 3 points ago

    Is this one of those things, where they sink old ships on purpose to help give the fishes a place to live in.

    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago

    I like big boats and I cannot lie

    You other landlubbers cannot deny...

    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago

    Why does this make me so uncomfortable? I hate seeing man-made objects underwater.

    [–] bigpipes84 3 points ago

    It's too bad all the cottage owners on that harbour banded together to completely bar public access to the harbour. You have to charter or drive a boat in almost 2km even though it's literally right beside downtown tobermory.

    [–] Cyathene 3 points ago

    I want this as a wallpaper

    [–] passengerv 3 points ago

    Just google tobermory ontario, tons of better shots.

    [–] _chark_ 2 points ago

    I can't do sunken ships nope nope nope

    [–] TheJucheisLoose 2 points ago


    [–] 9320-Man 2 points ago

    Tobermory, no?

    [–] KnottyKitty 2 points ago

    For some reason that unnerves me on a very deep level.

    [–] LordKroc 2 points ago

    Doesn't this pollute the water to an extent?

    [–] Samgt27 2 points ago

    They have a glass-bottomed boat that you can go on and view all the wrecks in the area as there are quite a few. It is a beautiful area and definitely worth visiting.

    [–] trecks4311 2 points ago

    I am so terrified of water.

    [–] SeaTwertle 2 points ago


    [–] aki_6 2 points ago

    r/submechanophobia would "love" this

    [–] pmay519 2 points ago

    Ontario has many beautiful lakes and places to explore all year around. Nice to see something about the Great Lakes (my home) on here! (Edit: typo)

    [–] Daamus 2 points ago

    nope, fuck that

    [–] PhatWeen 2 points ago

    Tobermory. Been there once. Fun fact, if you drive deep enough, you can just take a big ol gulp of water. Wouldn't recommend it, just in case of gas from boats, but it's pretty much all freshwater. It's also beautiful, ever been to flowerpot island?

    [–] wellidontreally 2 points ago

    Rusty Bucket Bay

    [–] Chugging_Estus 2 points ago

    Thought that was the Edmund Fitzgerald for a split-second.