Compared to other wrecks in the Kingston area, Frontenac has no historical significance, nor does it impress with its size. Yet, this 89 ft long tug appears to be a must-do site for so many divers. Why is that? Well, there is really no secret - it is a must-do, because of how many artifacts it has.
For its little size, Frontenac is stuffed with items that make the good shipwreck great - it has not one but two wheels (OK, the other one is not the wheel); it has anchors sitting on the deck near bow; it has intact prop still in its place at the stern; and to top it all, it has collection of artifacts displayed on its deck
A lot of divers miss the wheel by mistakenly thinking that the round object on the deck near stern is the wheel - I am not quite sure what that object is, but the wheel it is not. Wheel is located in the middle of the wreckage on the port side.
Hazards: Depth of 110-115 ft. and cold