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USA: Pacific Northwest - The cold, emerald waters of the Pacific Northwest are a real treat for Scuba diving. This region of the website includes dive sites and galleries in the Puget Sound, Hood Canal, the San Juans, and the Oregon and Washington coasts. Divers in the Pacific Northwest are presented a large variety of life, ample dive locations, and dynamic diving opportunities such as walls, bull kelp forests, drift dives and dive parks.
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Harper's Ferry - Pier
Port Orchard, WA
Type: Saltwater
Difficulty: Beginner, Intermediate
Entry: Easy Shore Entry , Boat Access
Attractions: Large Wreck, Small Wreck, Debris, Structures,

Harpers Fishing Pier (aka Harpers Ferry) is a shallow, beginner-intermediate friendly dive site with easy entry and also provides access to a neat wreck in shallow water called The Barbara G.

There is a long pier coming out from the parking area then a dolphin (cluster of pilings) straight out from the end of the pier and viewable from the surface. The base of these pilings is about 20' deep. There are some pilings scattered off the south east end of the pier and a cluster of rotted out piling "stumps" covered in plumose anemones at the southeast end of the dolphin (the southeast is to the right side of the end of the pier and dolphin if heading out from shore).

On the Northwest end of the dolphin (that would be the left side from shore) there is a small line leading from the pilings to the remains of a small boat, now just the fiberglass hull remains partially in tact, in about 30-35' deep water.

Coming back toward shore along the northwest side of dolphin, swim to the outside of the diagonal pilings to find another line tied off to the pilings. The line heading North will take you to the remains of the Barbara G., a 65' old wooden fishing trawler that sank in the 1990's, still partially intact and standing up to 10' from the bottom in some places. The wreck sits in about 30-35' deep.

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