Pulali Point West Wall
Aquatic Life: 5
Wall, Boulder Pile / Shelves
Pulali Point is an immense and spectacular dive destination with several possible dives to do. The West Wall is sheltered from current and northern winds and is a great spot for divers who want to get deep!
From the little cove above the Rock off shore, take a 240° heading over the rack kelp-covered bottom and descend until you reach the top of the cascading wall starting in 60'-70' deep. The wall falls in a series of steep ledges, crevices and some sheer drops to over 120'. Continue downward to your desired depth and zig-zag your way back up the wall working your way to the southeast and continue upward to explore scattered ledges and rocks up to the 20' range.
In the deep you can expect to see large schools of blacks and multiple other species of rockfish, lingcod and greenling. As you reach shallower water the color brightens with varieties of kelp, sponges, tunicates, nudibranchs and crab.
Watch your depth.
How to get there:
Located on the west side of Pulali Point in Jackson Cove. There is a large detached rock close to shore that forms a small peninsula during low tides. Anchor near the little cove to the northwest of this rock. Check your anchorage upon descent because much of the bottom is bedrock.
Pulali Point South Tip is at the shallow point to the east.
Pulali Point East Wall is located along the bluff around the point.
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