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Request for Proposals

SOS Superior is now taking in proposals for an inventory of the Famous Graveyard of Ships. SOS Superior is the lead proponent and welcomes anyone interested to apply. Get a copy of the RFP today by clicking on the following link.

Request for Proposal-01-22-16-Dive Inventory

Chapter News

The Top of Superior Dive Strategy is now available for public viewing. Click on the following link to get a PDF version today.

Top of Superior Concluding Report

Chapter Overview

The Goal of the SOS Superior Chapter is to promote the preservation of our local wrecks through responsible diving so that all may enjoy them.

Chapter Chair’s Message

The Superior Chapter of SOS was formed when the Superior Underwater Exploration Society (SUES) recognized that our goals and vision aligned with that Save Ontario Shipwrecks and decided to officially seek Chapter Status. We are a group of volunteers who are working towards promoting scuba diving, preserving shipwrecks and exploring the underwater environment in the North of Superior Region.

The Superior Chapter of Save Ontario Shipwrecks works with divers in the North of Superior Region to promote safe scuba diving and exploring the underwater world.

The club’s mandate follow the goals of the SOS with a focus on promoting scuba diving in the North of Superior Region through:

  • Safe Diving practices
  • Tourism Development
  • Preservation and enjoyment of shipwrecks and the underwater environment