SCUBA Charters

SCUBA Charters

Dive the St. Lawrence with Captain Jack

With great visibility and no thermoclines, the St. Lawrence River is considered some of the best Fresh Water SCUBA Diving in the world!

A major deep-water shipping channel that can rise quickly to the inexperience captain, The River is littered with wrecks ranging in depths of 20' to 200'.  Anchored on the American side in Blind Bay, NY, Captain Jack's Charters specializes in taking divers to the best wrecks in American waters:  The America, Keystorm and Vickery.

There are other wrecks we can take you to upon request.  Fill out our contact form and we will get right back to you.  If you charter with us, we can also direct you to a couple of excellent shore-dives from the American side to supplement your time on the boat.

For groups who charter The Regular for a whole weekend, arrangements can be made to dive wrecks on the Canadian side. Anyone having an interest in Diving the Canadian wrecks must posses a valid Passport and have it with them when they intend to go and dive Canadian waters.

The Regulator is stocked with Ice, Water and Snacks for all divers free of charge to re-hydrate and pass the time during surface intervals.

To learn more about our boat, The Regulator, click here.

Charter Pricing

Dives Pricing Wrecks Book
2 Tank Dive $80 America & Keystorm Keystorm & America
3 Tank Dive $140
Minimum 4 Divers
Vickery, Keystorm
& America
Vickery, Keystorm and America
Night Dive
Single Tank
Minimum 4 Divers
America Night Dive
Weekender $390 America, Keystorm, Vickery Weekender
2 Nights lodging
4 Daytime dives
One night dive
Minimum 4 Divers
AL 80
Tank Rental
$14/tank (air) by reservation only
Bubble Watcher $25 non-diver
Wednesday Night
Minimum 4 Divers
Departs 6:00 PM
Wednesday Night Jaunt
Custom charters available upon request Prices subject to change


The Regulator - Captain Jack


Dive Gear

The Regulator carries the following items to assist in your diving experience:

  • Extra Weights
  • Basic Tools
  • Tank O-rings
  • Spare emergency use Mask, fin, BCD