Near Seal Rock State Park
Aquatic Life: 0
Large Rock Formation / Pinnacle
Seal Rock is a rugged pinnacle with sharp cut edges, dynamic crevices and chasms that provide shelter to a good variety of sealife. Schools of fish and colorful invertebrates make this a pleasant dive site.
The pinnacle reaches from the surface at the large marker sign downward to 40' deep. There are no severe currents at this site and the depths make it an ideal option for a second dive, night dive or beginner dive.
Beware of small boat traffic if ascending away from the rock. Although this sites shares its name with the nearby Seal Rock State Park, you cannot reach Seal Rock from the shore at the park. The bottom is solid so anchorage may be challenging.
How to get there:
In Tabook Bay, Seal Rock is located north of the Dosewallips navigational marker, near Seal Rock State Park. The pinnacle reaches the surface and is marked by a large sign warning boaters to stay clear. (please heed this warning yourselves). Anchor off the pinnacle in 30' of water to avoid swinging into the shallow rocks. Surface along the pinnacle to avoid boat traffic.
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