Nominations for four shipwrecks located in Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary in Lake Huron were presented by Wayne Lusardi, the sanctuary's state maritime archaeologist.
What does TBNMS stand for?
TBNMS stands for Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary (Michigan)
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Students will be able to experience Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary through the Project Shiphunt adventure directly from their classrooms.
Throughout the week, journalists will experience outdoor recreation -- salmon fishing on Lake Michigan, snorkeling in Lake Michigan, canoe and kayaking the Muskegon River and the AuSable River, cycling along the Lake Michigan shore from Ludington to Silver Lake, dune rides, hiking, scuba diving the wrecks at Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary, paddling the Pere Marquette River, Hartwick Pines State Park, birdwatching, Great Lakes Lighthouses, learn to fly fish on the Black River, and many of Michigan's world class golf courses; heritage tours at White Pine Village, Shrine of the Pines, Ziibiwing Cultural Center of the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe, as well as art galleries and studios, a sampling of local eateries, and accommodations.
Robert Ballard (discoverer of the Titanic, PT109) and his scientific team from the Institute for Exploration (IFE) in a mission to explore and document the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary and Underwater Preserve off the coast of Alpena.