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By Sea ~ Captains Choice Captains Choice for select Dive sites for the day! Find Out More

By Sea ~ Flagpole Point This site offers divers a dynamic reef with cloud sponges, wolf eels and giant pacific octopus. "Flagpole Rock is a popular dive site adjacent to Mike’s Beach Resort and offers divers a dynamic reef with cloud sponges, wolf eels and giant pacific octopus. The main portion of the reef is refer... Find Out More

By Sea ~ Elephant Wall A steep vertical wall just South of Flagpole Point.  About 80' at the base and loaded with Octopus and Wolf Eels.  "The large rock bluffs visible above shore continue the same structure beneath the water cascading down to 70'+ in sheer drops, rolling rock ledges and large crevices. Experi... Find Out More

By Sea ~ Rosie's Ravine This site features wolf eels and giant pacific octopus. There is a  wall, large rock formation, pinnacle, boulder pile, and shelves. "Rosie's Ravine is a deep dive to a wall loaded with wolf eels and octopus. The top of the wall will be encountered at 75' and the ragged cascading bedrock with crack... Find Out More

By Sea ~ Goby Garden Large rock formations,  a pinnacle, boulder pile,  shelves, and amazing wildlife.  "Starting from the small cove north of the rock bluff, the Goby Gardens follow the contour of the bluff in a series of ledges that stair-step downward from 35' to 50'. Sand and cobble make up the substrate ... Find Out More

By Sea ~ Jorsted Creek This site features wolf eels, sea anemones, rock fish, lingcod, 0ctopus, lots of oysters, rock scallops. Jorsted Creek offers divers multiple sites to explore.  Shallow walls and rock piles from 40 to 60 ft to deep walls and rock piles 100 to 130 ft. Diving here for all Divers of all experience/skill levels. Cr... Find Out More

By Sea ~ Pinnacle/Seamount The top of the Hood Canal Pinnacle lies 20'-30' from the surface depending on tides and extends to over 100'. The top of the mount is a large, spacious flat area making a convenient staging place for divers to begin and end their dive. Find Out More

By Sea ~ Pulali Point The dynamic, cascading reef structure is home to large schools of rockfish, lingcod, greenling, octopus, a colorful array of kelp, sponges, tunicates, nudibranchs, and crab.  "Pulali Point Walls are among the most popular boat dive sites in Hood Canal due to the dynamically cascading reef structures t... Find Out More

By Sea ~ Misery Point Reef An artificial reef, with lingcod, cabazon, rockfish, perch and greenling. In the sand divers may encounter ratfish, skates, flatfish, and gobies. Also tons of invertebrate life, including plumose anemones, cucumbers and sea stars. "Misery Point Reef is an artificial reef comprised of grey concrete slabs and ste... Find Out More

By Sea ~ Octopus Hole A long, shallow wall runs off shore that is inhabited by a large variety of creatures, including Giant Pacific Octopus, Wolf Eels, and Squat Lobsters. "Octopus Hole is an undeveloped dive site right off the side of the road a few miles north of Hoodsport and close to Sund Rock. The attraction of this site ... Find Out More

By Sea ~ Seal Rock A rugged pinnacle with sharp cut edges, dynamic crevices and chasms provides shelter to a large variety of sea life.  "Seal Rock is a rugged pinnacle with sharp cut edges, dynamic crevices and chasms that provide shelter to a good variety of sealife. Schools of fish and colorful invertebrates make this a p... Find Out More

By Sea ~ Quatsap Point A ragged, rocky wall provides substrate for invertebrates to grab hold of and shelter for schools of rockfish. "It is a ragged rocky wall that extends from 20' to about 45' deep with scattering of rocks and boulders providing substrate for invertebrates to grab hold of and provides shelter for schools o... Find Out More

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