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SINK TORONTO'S ALMOST FLOATING RESTAURANT AND MAKE THE DIVING COMMUNITY HAPPY

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Toronto, It's Time to Sink This Ship .... and Captain John doesn't have to go down with Her.
Sometime on my bum-busting boat ride out from Fort Myers, I realized that the city of Toronto could do something special for its diver tourism industry ... sink the Captain John Toronto Harbour Floating Restaurant.
I was in Florida last month, on board a small, open boat heading 21/2 hours out into the wilds of the Gulf of Mexico to scuba dive on a failed Florida Keys museum. I like hundreds of thousands of other divers will go just about anywhere to dive on a shipwreck.
Thirty miles out and 90 feet down, the USS Mohawk, sunk just a year ago, is now one of the most sought after underwater attractions in Florida waters. And for the last few months she has hosted an underwater art show that is garnering global attention!

Officials from the Fort Myers Sanibel Island …