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36th Annual Shipwreck & Scuba November 23, 2019

Georgann

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Bay Area divers will be presenting the annual Shipwreck & Scuba show on Saturday, November 23, 2019 at the Kalahari Resort in Sandusky, Ohio. Beginning at 9:30 am there will be 7 daytime programs featuring Jill Heinerth and cave diving, Marty and Maggie Bailey diving abandoned missal silos, Georgann and Mike Wachter summarizing 40 years of research and discovery in Lake Erie, Rudy Whitworth doing shipwrecks of Malaysia, Kevin Magee and Cindy La Rosa discussing shipwrecks of Scapa Flow and Ric Mixter presenting The Most Famous Shipwreck Ever. The evening banquet is headlined by Ken Merryman, who in 2019 found the shipwreck Russia in Lake Huron. He will be discussing two 2018 discoveries in the Georgian Bay. Cost is $35 for the daytime and $40 for the evening banquet. Purchase tickets at www.shipwrecksandscuba.com or call Jim at 419-967-0674 for information.
 
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