Seacrest Park Cove 2

USA, Washington
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Snorkeling and Scuba Diving at Seacrest Park Cove 2

This is the 2nd most dived site in Washington for good reason. Easy and lots of fish, invertebrates, and giant pacific octopus. Ropes mark popular dive routes. Several sunk boats and other artificial rubble on the mud bottom add additional area for life to grow. Huge sunken pilings to the right of access are covered in massive plumose anemones are an impressive sight and attract a variety of fish. Octos are also a common sight here once you learn where to look. Free street parking or in ferry/restaurant parking lot. Easy gravel beach for shore access. There are steps on both ends to get to beach. Parking fills up on weekends by non-divers and divers alike (this is the 2nd most used dive site in the state). If you don't want to have to walk go early and get a great spot mere feet from where you splash. Seacrest Park Cove 2 is also known as Alki Cove 2.
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Seacrest Park Cove 2 Tide Chart and Surf Report (Beta)

Wednesday
12:16 AM / 10.122ft
Wednesday
7:17 AM / -1.404ft
Wednesday
2:51 PM / 12.162ft
Wednesday
8:24 PM / 7.370ft
Thursday
12:57 AM / 10.033ft
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