Breakwater in front of the Shilshoal Bay Marina Structures,
Shilshoal Bay Marina Breakwater is a long man-made granite rock breakwater that protects the marina from waves and boat wakes. The rocks drop to 25'-30' deep depending on the spot. Below the breakwater is mostly a flat sandy bottom sparsely scattered with things that have fallen overboard and a small craft or two.
The breakwater makes a good back-up lingcod fishing spot during season since the rocky reef is an ideal habitat for them and small but edible (24") ling are plentiful.
Stay away from the entrances to the marina and fly a dive flag. Do not attempt to swim through the marina due to heavy boat traffic. Dive near the center of the breakwater for minimal boat traffic.
How to get there:
Located directly in front of the Shilshoal Bay Marina. There is a public boat launch in the marina and this would also make a great kayak dive. Exit the marina and dive anywhere on the outside of the incredibly long breakwater.
Thanks to ChevaYEA for submitting this site!