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Great Lakes - The cold fresh waters of the Great Lakes presents the best of fresh water ship wreck diving in the world. Scuba Divers have access to both Canadian and U.S. dive sites with a wealth of dive shops and charters to choose from. The Great lakes region includes Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario, and the St, Lawrence River.
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Eagle Cove
San Juan Island, WA
Type: Saltwater
Difficulty: Intermediate
Entry: Moderate Shore Entry , Boat Access
Attractions: Boulder Pile / Shelves, Kelp Forest

Eagle Cove is a secluded shallow cove for a relaxing dive through kelp forests along bolder strewn bottom. If you enter the water and head left, you can follow the current around the small point in the bay and explore the cove to the east. Head to slightly deeper water to catch the current back.

Or head right and dive along the rocky shoreline to the west. The rocky coastline gives way to ledges and rocky substrate until about 50-60' where it turns to a sloping sandy bottom. Beware of the return current when venturing out around Eagle Point. Current always flows away from the cove at this point.

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