Pulpit Rock

Pulpit Rock

New Hampshire, USA East
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Unrated
Viz (last reported 40109h ago)
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Snorkeling and Scuba Diving at Pulpit Rock

Another fine stretch of rocky coast line, Pulpit Rock offers an easy entry and lots to explore. North of Rye and just .75 mile North of Wallis Sands State Park at the intersection of 1A and Pulpit Rock Rd.
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Portsmouth Scuba
Portsmouth Scuba
915 Sagamore Avenue
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
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Creature Dive Co.
Creature Dive Co.
764 US Route 1, Unit 2
York, Maine 03909
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Diver's Den Dive Shop
Diver's Den Dive Shop
97 Layfayette Suite #9
Hampton Falls, New Hampshire 03844
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Discover Diving
Discover Diving
17 Main Street
Atkinson, New Hampshire 03811
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Aquatic Escapes Dive Center, LLC
Aquatic Escapes Dive Center, LLC
2 Mercury Drive
Londonderry, New Hampshire 03053
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Undersea Divers, Inc.
Undersea Divers, Inc.
67 High Street
Unit 11
Danvers, Massachusetts 01923
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DiVE KS
DiVE KS
88 Wharf Street
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
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Johnson's Sporting Goods-Portland
Johnson's Sporting Goods-Portland
1183 Congress Street
Portland, Maine 04102
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Aqua Diving Academy
Aqua Diving Academy
382 Commercial Street
Portland, Maine 04101
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Boston Scuba Inc
Boston Scuba Inc
256 Marginal Street
East Boston, Massachusetts 02128
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Jennsnina
Jennsnina
May 6, 2018, 12:00 AM
scuba
One hour parking limit and rather inaccessible at low tide. We tried to dive there today, but we came during low tide and while getting down to the water during high tide is already challenging, during low tide it requires a 100 yard climb over seaweed covered rocks. We picked another location further up in Maine for today. We will try again during high tide.
Originally posted on shorediving.com
Manta
Manta
Dec 4, 2005, 12:00 AM
scuba
If you had a good BB gun you could hit Pulpit from Seal rocks just to the south. Not a bad site, rocky going out to sandy bottom. Saw a big school of stripers. Tricky entry and exit. Watch the weather. If the wind is from the southeast, be careful, as it will toss you around and you'll be fighting surge.
Originally posted on shorediving.com
Allison Small
Allison Small
Apr 25, 2003, 12:00 AM
scuba
We went here on a whim. It was pretty difficult, but I'm glad I tried it. I don't know if I'll ever get used to cold water diving, after the initial shock I forgot all about it. Be careful of the entry, it is easy to lose your step. Hold on to someone getting in and out.
Originally posted on shorediving.com
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