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USA: Hawaii - The warm, clear, tropical waters of the Hawaiian Islands attract Scuba divers from around the world. Famed for its easy access to countless dives for all levels of diving abilities and interests, including beautiful reefs and thrilling encounters with Manta rays, whales, dolphins and sharks!
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Alki , Cove 2
Seacrest Park, Seattle, WA
Type: Saltwater
Difficulty: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Entry: Easy Shore Entry
Attractions: Small Wreck, Debris, Structures,

This is the most popular of the Alki dive sites and an all–around great dive park. It is protected from major current and has lots of life in shallow water. If you are on the beach looking out there is a boat just inside the marker line at about 45ft. To the right you can find a decent sized boat called the Honey Bear in about 35 ft, near the base of a bunch of pilings that are angled out of the bottom. Several other piles of boulders and Pilings are scattered around this site.

More experienced divers can venture to deeper depths to see the I-beams. Follow the rope under the buoy line to about 85 ft where it starts to turn North (to the left). Turn Right and hold that depth and you’ll come across them quickly. There are a couple other small sunken boats and piles of rocks that are interesting to see on the way.

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