The ALLENHURST JETTY New Jersey Beach Diving Guide for scuba divers.
The complete scuba divers beach diving guide to New Jersey's shipwrecks, jetties and inlets complete with driving directions.


DIRECTIONS: (Allenhurst, Monmouth County) Take the Garden State Parkway to Exit 102. Head east on Asbury Ave. Turn left on Main St then right onto Cedar Ave. Take Cedar Ave to the end. Make a Left on Ocean Place. Park and enter through gate. Parking can be a little difficult and a short walk may be required.


The Allenhurst Jetty, located just north of Asbury Park is one of the best beach diving locations in the area. Divers should be aware that along the offshore side of the jetty there is sometimes a strong surge. Depth at this site ranges from five to 20 feet. Visibility here is usually pretty good, but the best time to dive the jetty is during high tide. This jetty is known for the abundance of beautiful tropical fish that migrate north with the gulf stream during the summer months. According to Bill Schmoldt, a local diver and shipwreck historian, the best exit is on the inside of the "L" on the south side of the jetty. Bill also reports there may be some wreckage in or near the jetty because some brass artifacts have been located within the jetties rocks. Bill also tells us that divers can usually find a decent amount of lobsters on the jetty. Diver, Dan Lieb, reports good black fish and excellent night diving on the jetty.


New Jersey Beach Diver ebook
The Scuba Diver's guide to New Jersey Beach Diving.

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New Jersey Beach Diver, The Diver's Guide to New Jersey Beach Diving Sites is the most comprehensive, accurate illustrated collection of information, photographs, sketches and stories ever written about beach diving off New Jersey's coast. This exciting new ebook contains everything divers need to know about exploring over 34 dive sites, including 25 shipwrecks as well as jetties, inlets and bottle dives. This book is packed with accurate information pertaining to car directions, dive site conditions and historical information. New Jersey Beach Diver contains over 100 illustrations with 60 color photographs, 21 black & white historical images, and 20 triangulation sketches plus one map. After reading New Jersey Beach Diver, divers will not only have had a nostalgic glimpse into the history of many beach accessible shipwrecks, but will know where to go to catch lobsters and where the best bottle dive site are located. New Jersey Beach Diver contains a wealth of information complied by Daniel Berg and Denise Berg, Howard Rothweiler and Bill Davis. New Jersey Beach Diver is sure to complement the library of divers, fisherman, marine historians, armchair sailors or anyone with a general interest in history, diving or the sea

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