Blue Foot Diving

Thousand Islands Dive Charter Boats

Bluefoot Diving Dive Charters

Blue Foot Diving offers diving charters from its two boats based in Alexandria Bay ( St Lawrence River) in the heart of the beautiful Thousand Islands NY.  Dive boat 1 is a 32 foot Parker with a 9ft 6inch beam which can comfortably accomodate 6 divers. Dive boat 2 is a 27 foot Olympia and has a 4 diver capacity. All wrecks are within a 30 minute boat ride with the famous wreck of the 640ft Roy A Jodrey less than 5 minutes from the dock. For further pictures of the boats on the river please visit our facebook page which is linked on this site

Diving Thousand Islands, on the St Lawrence River.

Thousand Islands has excellent wreck, drift, and shore diving. These diverse diving options make it an ideal place for open water through Trimix and wreck penetration classes. Unlike the ocean you will never be blown out here, at most there will be a 2 foot chop. Diving can be very easy( shore dive wreck of the Islander) or difficult (wreck in 250ft of Roy Jodrey) depending on where you go. The region has great visibility with a norm of 30ft sometimes as much as 80ft. Water temperature is in the 50s during May, 60s in June 70s in July and August and will remain in the 60s up to November. 

Air and Gas fills

We have an excellent gas fill station with air, nitrox, oxygen and Helium. In addition we have absorbent for rebreathers, tanks and scooters for rent.  

Thousand Islands, Alexandria Bay & the  St. Lawrence River

Alexandria Bay is located on the St. Lawrence River 20 miles east of Lake Ontario. The St. Lawrence River is the single route for all ships leaving the Great Lakes for the Atlantic. The river straddles the border between the United States and Canada, and is greater than 300 feet deep in the Thousand Islands.

The St. Lawrence River is home to some wonderful wreck diving and is an excellent scuba training location. The Blue Foot Diving Boats are docked in Keewaydin State Park, which is located in Thousand Islands. Alexandria Bay is 95 miles north of Syracuse, New York and approximately 5.5 hours away from New York City or Philadelphia. Despite the fact its called Thousand Islands there are in fact 1864 islands.  


  • Technical diving, recreational diving, and group rates available by request
  • Special instructor rates available. Call for details and pricing.