Day Island Wall
Day Island Wall is one of Puget Sound’s best wall dives! This natural sandstone wall is home to the many wolf eels and GPO’s that the PNW is known for, thanks to the natural cutbacks and dens created by the swift currents that pass through the Tacoma Narrows. Most of the sheer wall runs to the left of the dive site entry (south) with depths to 110’. But wait, there’s more! To the right (north) you will find many shallower ledges and cutbacks that are home to tons of of smaller critters mixed in with the resident wolfies and GPO’s, with depths ranging from 40-55’. Due to the high currents through the narrows, this site is an advanced dive site and must be planned carefully to have a safe and enjoyable dive during slack water….if not, you may end up on a one way ride to Olympia or Seattle!