ROCKY POINT EAST New York Beach Diving Guide for scuba divers.
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ROCKY POINT EAST

DIRECTIONS:                                              (East Marion, Suffolk County)

Take the Long Island Expressway East to Exit 73, Old Country Road. Drive east on Old Country Road through the traffic circle and make a left on Northville Turnpike. Drive north to the end and turn right on Sound Avenue.

Sound Avenue will become Middle Road. Take this east until you see a sign for East Marion; turn left onto Rocky Point Road. Drive north to the end and park. Parking is not allowed at the end of Rocky Point Road between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m. Other parking will have to be found if you're planning to dive within these hours.

CONDITIONS:

Rocky Point is east end beach diving at its' finest. The pebble beach leads into a clean sand and rock bottom. The depth of the water is about 15 to 20 feet, and a mild tidal drift is usually present. Divers will enjoy fantastic visibility of up to 25 feet if the wind and waves are right. The large rocks that are located just offshore not only provide homes for lobsters, but also attract porgy and nice size black fish.

A word of caution: the beach is at the bottom of a bluff, so divers will have to climb or walk down approximately 20 feet of sand and loose rocks. Be careful, since this path is difficult for all, especially when fully suited in dive gear.

 
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