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Snorkeling and Scuba Diving at Edmonds Underwater Park
This is a site you can come back to dozens of times and never see it all. Set up specifically for divers, you'll find wrecks, bottles, and sea life galore-- but don't even think about bringing anything back with you! Navigation is relatively easy with the well-placed system of buoys and ropes that lead to many of the underwater sights. Just North of Seattle, take Exit 177 off I-5 and head West toward the Edmonds-Kingston Ferry on 104. Just before you find yourself at the Ferry, take a left on Main Street, cross the railroad tracks, then turn right into the park.
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Aug 11, 2002, 12:00 AM
Whenever we go to a new area for us, we always dive the most popular spot first, after all there is a reason it's so popular. On the first day we dove here the vis was 40 feet+. The second day the wind was up and the bottom was churned around and the vis was about 10 feet. But with those lines stretched out you can easily find your way around the park. Watch the tides, some days they are nothing to be concerned about, other days are another story. Locals were very helpful too. Great dive shop down the street.