The waters of the Great Lakes Seaway Trail hold many of the more than 200 wrecks Kennard has discovered in more than 35 years of diving. Each of his four presentations on May 21st will focus on a different wreck that Kennard and exploration partner Dan Scoville have discovered over the past six years in Lake Ontario. The program begins at 10 am and will include presentations on:
“Discovery of the Steamer Homer Warren,”
“The Last Voyage of the Schooner Etta Belle,”
“Discovery of an Early 19th Century Lake Ontario Schooner,” and
“The Deep Water Shipwrecks of Lake Ontario.”
During each program Kennard will present a brief update &
Since 1970, Kennard has discovered shipwrecks in the Great Lakes, Lake Champlain, NY Finger Lakes, and Mississippi and Ohio rivers. Using his background as an electrical engineer, Kennard built the side scan sonar system that located the shipwrecks.
For more information on the Great Lake Seaway Trail and the Dive the Seaway Trail Project, visit