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USA: California Coast - The California Coast offers SCUBA divers cold to moderate temperatures which sustain a spectacular variety of sea life. This diving region includes dive sites and galleries in Monterey, Catalina, the Channel Islands and the California Coast.
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Elliott Bay Marina Breakwater
Seattle, Washington
Type: Saltwater-OpenOcean
Difficulty: Snorkling, Intermediate
Entry: None Shore Entry , Boat Access
Attractions: Structures,

This is a manmade breakwater right outside of the Elliott Bay Marina with a healthy variety of the typical Puget Sound sea life. The rock wall of the breakwater extends to a depth of 35-45'. The bottom continues at a moderate slope after the rocks end, but there is not much to see. Living among the rock wall you will find most of the usual Puget Sound critters including but not limited to Lingcod, Rockfish, Cabazon, Red Irish Lords, Sculpins and Perch. Ratfish and an occasional Dogfish are also present. Bring a light and search all the holes and crevices. During the summer months you'll find Bull Kelp growing from the rocks giving additional shelter to schools of perch.

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