CLARKES BEACH New York Beach Diving Guide for scuba divers.
The complete scuba divers beach diving guide to Long Island, NY's shipwrecks, jetties and inlets complete with driving directions.
             
 
CLARKES BEACH

 
(Southold, Suffolk County)

Take the Long Island Expressway to Exit 73 East. This will be Old Country Road. Take Old Country Road until it turns into Main Road. This takes you into Southold where you will make a left onto Young's Avenue. From Young's make a right onto Middle Road. You will see water on your left side. You also will see a Greenport sign on the right side of the road, which will be 1.5 miles from the turn off. About a half mile before the turn off there will be a motel on the left hand side. When you come to a dirt road on the left, turn left and follow it to the water.

CONDITIONS:

This north shore dive site is also known to some as Secret Beach. Diving can be quite good here due to a clean sandy bottom. Some scattered large rocks are homes for all types of marine life. Depth of water ranges from 15 to 25 feet, and divers will feel a mild tidal flow, mostly when swimming on the surface.

This site is often used by diving instructors for open water training because of the commonly good visibility, lack of strong current and parking availability. In fact, during some spring weekends, this place is anything but a secret beach, since there can be anywhere from ten to over 100 divers participating in open water dive training.

 
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