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Jonathan's Dive Log


1 dives

Shark's Cove on 6/29/2007
Jun 29, 2007, 12:00 AM
This is a great dive for all levels of experience. The entry point is easier when entering from the left side. It's best to swim out to the northeast point, drop and swim along the rocks toward your entry point. Pay close attention to the rocks because there are a lot of little lava tubes and some caves. Use proper procedures and equipment when diving through the caves, as well as common sense. It's really cool when you take your time and enjoy it. There is a lave tube that leads to the blow hole at the northeast point. It just takes trial and error to find it. Sometime you can see a turtle swimming at the top of the blow hole. It's best to swim through when there is little or no current and when surf is flat.