On the U.S. side of the St. Lawrence River near Alexandria Bay NY, you can dive the wreck of the Keystorm. The Keystorm was carrying a load of coal when she struck the Scow island shoal. She's laying on her starboard side with the bow up higher on the shoal while her stern sits deeper at 115 of water and in the strong current of the mighty St. Lawrence river. On a good day, you might get 40-50 feet of visibility but normally it's about 15-20 feet on this dive. The strong current makes it easier to explore by tucking in close to the wreck. You can explore her holds and make your way aft towards the aft wheelhouse and railing along the stern.
DESCRIPTION: In this high quality print reproduction, there is a diver seen swimming along the bottom beyond the railings at the stern. With a strong light in hand, we can see his beam of light pointed down at something interesting below him. The railing marks the other end of the wreck from where you descend and is the spot where - as the title indicates - many will "turn the dive" and ride the current back to the bow. The visibility is very good today in the scene as the diver is clearly defined. The texture created by the zebra mussels coating the hand rails in the foreground is visible.
• Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
• Paper weight: 5.57 oz/y² (189 g/m²)
• Giclée printing quality
• Opacity: 94%
• ISO brightness: 104%
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