Seacrest Cove 2
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Cove 2 is often used as a training site for open water, navigation and other scuba classes. The site has a moderate slope leading down to depths greater than the recreational limit of 130 feet (40 meters). Because of the easily-reached deep areas, technical divers also use Cove 2 for training. The site has a silty bottom, but many submerged logs, pilings and sunken boats (the Honey Bear) that are well-decorated with Pacific Northwest marine life. There are restrooms in the pier building. The site has a view of the Seattle skyline across Elliott Bay. There is an exclusion zone of 150 feet around the walk-on ferry dock. Other sites (Coves 1 and 3) are just to the north and south respectively. Most parking is curbside on the street.
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