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QX1462-D. Fort Casey State Park on Whidbey Island in the early morning. The rock breakwater separates the underwater park from the ferry lane. Bathed by nutrient rich currents, this dive site-- commonly known as Keystone Jetty-- supports a wide variety of fish and invertebrates and is best dived at slack tide on the east side to avoid excessive current and boat traffic (such as this huge ferry!). Keystone is a favorite for scuba training, underwater photography, and critter watching. Washington, USA, Pacific Ocean.
Keystone Jetty divesite
QX1462-D. Fort Casey State Park on Whidbey Island in the early morning. The rock breakwater separates the underwater park from the ferry lane. Bathed by nutrient rich currents, this dive site-- commonly known as Keystone Jetty-- supports a wide variety of fish and invertebrates and is best dived at slack tide on the east side to avoid excessive current and boat traffic (such as this huge ferry!). Keystone is a favorite for scuba training, underwater photography, and critter watching....
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