Due to its geographical position at North Americas East Atlantic Coast; Nova Scotia and Cape Breton Island have always been one of the first stops from transatlantic voyages starting as far back as the 15th Century. Many settlers from Ireland, Scotland, England, France, Spain and Germany landed on Nova Scotia and Cape Breton Island, starting a new live.
In the first and Second World War, Halifax Harbor was one of the most important harbors, being the last one on route for many supply vessels on their way over the Atlantic Ocean. Back in the 15th, 16th and 17th Century thousands of ships were lost along the Atlantic Coast, mostly caused by fierce weather close to the shoreline, poor navigational equipment of the time and, of course, the many years of war between the British and the French people.
As of today, many thousands shipwrecks are located around Nova Scotia, Cape Breton Island and in the Bras d’Or Lake. Some of those shipwrecks are accessible from shore, some of them require boat rides and some of them even have to be explored for the first time….
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M05817 is a full Service PADI Dive Center and is operating in Atlantic Canada since May 2000. You can also find Easy Dive as a 5* IDC Dive Center in Ramstein - Miesenbach and in Enkenbach - Alsenborn, Germany. Beside that we are also working in Partnership with Life Dive Project / Thalfang Taucherinsel Neuenburg /...
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