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Our Location


Located on the Northern shores of Lake Ontario, 250 km to the East of Toronto, Northern Tech Diver's location offers more exciting opportunities from which to stage your next diving adventure than anywhere else. Dozens of wreck sites deep in Lake Ontario or its shores are all within a half day's boat travel of our location. We encourage you to contact us for more information. 

Northern Tech Diver

Kingston, Ontario 


 

Our Team


Our staff of professional SCUBA divers/trainers/charter Captains are some of the most experienced in all of Ontario. We have PADI, PDIC, DAN and GUE instructors on staff to take care of all your training needs. Our friendly and courteous staff will be more than happy to help you out and answer any questions you may have. Read more about the people that make Northern Tech Diver the best SCUBA training facility and equipment store in Canada below!


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Tom: With a passion for diving and marine history, he is the historian of the company. He has built an extensive database of local and area wrecks. Pursuing this hobby has allowed him to hone his skills as a videographer and photographer. A good portion of his work is showcased on the Wrecks information pages within this site and in the various NTD Multimedia products that have been produced. When not teaching students, you will find Tom driving his side-scan SONAR around or diving somewhere in the depths of Lake Ontario. Occasionally he has been spotted in the caves of Florida; Tom is a fully certified Instructor with PADI.

 

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David: After diving for over 30 years David had decided to share his knowledge with others and became a PADI Instructor. David holds several degrees and is an active sailor and skier amongst other hobbies. David has dove in Barbados, Florida, Hawaii, Bermuda and of course the Great Lakes and St Lawernce River.