Manasquan Jetty

New Jersey, USA East
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Snorkeling and Scuba Diving at Manasquan Jetty

Manasquan Jetty is a 5.0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in New Jersey, USA East which is accessible from shore based on 1 ratings.
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Divers Two, Inc.
Divers Two, Inc.
1 Main Street
Avon by the Sea, New Jersey 07717
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East Coast Diving Center
East Coast Diving Center
275 Spring Valley Road
Morganville, New Jersey 07751
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Treshers
Treshers
186 Robin Road
Staten Island, New York 10305
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Rutgers University
Rutgers University
656 Bartholomew Road
Piscataway, New Jersey 08854
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Lang's Ski 'N Scuba
Lang's Ski 'N Scuba
1757 North Olden Avenue ext.
Ewing, New Jersey 08638
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Stingray Divers Inc.
Stingray Divers Inc.
762 Grand Street
Brooklyn, New York 11211
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Gotham Divers
Gotham Divers
125 East 4th Street
New York City, New York 10003
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Scuba Network NYC
Scuba Network NYC
43 W 21st Street
New York, New York 10010
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Pan Aqua Diving, Inc.
Pan Aqua Diving, Inc.
460 West 43rd Street
New York City, New York 10036
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Adventure Scuba, Inc.
Adventure Scuba, Inc.
1737 York Avenue
New York City, New York 10128
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Spider
Spider
Feb 11, 2009, 12:00 AM
scuba
This is one of the shore's better dive sites. Lots of parking off season (but pay the meters, parking tickets are $40+) Check your tide tables, because you need to do this dive at sack water. Don't bet on the tide tables, though, as this inlet doesn't tell time. If you get there early (about a hour before sack water) you can check the tide out. Just get a little sea shell and drop it in the water and watch what it does. If the water is slowing down get ready and just drop off the sea wall. A jersey roll is the best way in. Start the dive by swimming out along the rocks, but keep a eye on the current since it can turn pretty fast. Exit the water at the point were the sea wall meet the rocks. You will have to climb out on the rocks. If you stay low and go slow its not that hard.
Originally posted on shorediving.com
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