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Your favorite dive spots

Discussion in 'New England' started by Rafael, Sep 9, 2005.

  1. tight rope walker

    tight rope walker Barracuda

    forgot to mention cathedral ledge.
  2. andrewj_j

    andrewj_j Captain

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Murfreesboro,Tennessee
    In New England,
    Follys Cove
    Catheral Rocks
    and A little Know Site -Sea Side Cemetary ( In Back of Cemetary)
    All of them in Glocester, MA
  3. porgyhunter

    porgyhunter Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 1,000 - 2,499
    Location: Cape Cod Mass.
    Don't forget Cape Cod Race point for Lobster Nauset Barges Monomoy Wrecks Both jettys on east end of Canal
  4. Jaysun1327

    Jaysun1327 Angel Fish

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Boston, MA
    Just started diving in New England waters this summer so my diving experience here is limited, but so far Folly Cove is by far my favorite although Loblolly Cove was interesting as well.
  5. andrewj_j

    andrewj_j Captain

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Murfreesboro,Tennessee
    I have another Site if you would like to try it. It is Just pass Folly Cove.
    You Keep going Pass Folly Cove, You will see a Cemetery on your right.(SEASIDE Cemetery).
    Pull in and go all the way to the Back. You will have to carry all of your Gear down a trail to the Water. It is flat Rocks for easy set-up. Becareful on entry of slippery rocks, but the Water Drops of to about 30-40 ft almost right away. There are alot of Lobsters & Pots in the area.
    It is a very nice Dive area.
    P.S. It is not on any Dive Charts, It is found by word of mouth.
    Basking Ridge Diver likes this.
  6. bradro

    bradro Angel Fish

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Boston
    We just dove Canoe Beach in Nahant twice. A two-tank dive during the day last Thursday (work?) and a single tank night dive on Sunday (11/6/13). It was a great surprise. After swimming out to the "Chimney's" in the center of the cove we headed left (west) to the see what the topography was like along the western side of the cove. And it was fantastic. Lots of interesting boulders with narrow channels and several small (one person) caverns. Visibility was more than 10' and maybe even 15' at times.

    The night dive was also just great. It was at low time and the swim to the Chimneys was quick and easy. Again on the left of the cove the structures were very interesting at night and there were more fish (we saw a great Sea Raven and followed him around for a while).

    The entry from the beach is very easy. To the right of Canoe beach is "40 steps", which will be our next dive in Nahant - but it has a much more challenging entry.

    Parking was easy and the Northeastern University facility (gated) had a port a potty for the PDP. We called the police on Thursday and they were fine with us parking - there are signs everywhere about non-residents being towed. It was raining on Sunday night and we just left a note in the car window.

  7. Leftyjeb

    Leftyjeb Angel Fish

    # of Dives: I just don't log dives
    Location: Beverly, MA
    I love diving Canoe Beach. It's beautiful
  8. Learn It

    Learn It Nassau Grouper

    # of Dives: 0 - 24
    Location: New England
    FW - Hathaway's Pond, MA. SW - King's Beach, RI.
  9. TMHeimer

    TMHeimer Divemaster

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Dartmouth,NS,Canada(Eastern Passage-Atlantic)
    For my day trips from NY there is little to brag about. Guess my favourite is Pleasure Beach (near New London). No charge to park (a rarity for CT, LI), easy entry boat ramp. Maybe only 12+ feet depth but I may find a Channelled Whelk or two. After that would be Hammonassett State Park, CT.

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