Whale Shark, Philippines. Photo by Stephane Rochon.

A dive site atlas made by divers for divers
Enjoy and contribute!

 Folly Cove

USA, Massachusetts

Other places:

This is an interactive map! Use controls to pan and zoom this map.

Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Aproximadamente

GPS History (1)

Latitude: 42° 41.099' N
Longitude: 70° 38.522' W

User rating (0)


  • Favourite
  • Your favourites and future dive site lists

    Add dive sites to your profile

 Access

How? From shore

Distance Short walk from shore (< 5min)

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 9.1 m / 29.9 ft

max depth 24.4 m / 80.1 ft

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Visibility Low ( < 5 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Great

Experience All divers

Bio interest Outstanding

More details

Week crowd 

Week-end crowd 

Dive type

- Wall

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Night dive
- First dive
- Dive training
- Snorkeling / Free diving

Dangers

- Dangerous species

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): This site is a small cove bordered by rocky walls with Northeastern exposure. There is an underwater wall home to a multitude of marine life right beyond the cove. The center of the cove has a sandy bottom. Generally you can easily find marine life in all areas of this site and there have been recent sightings of an Electric Torpedo Ray. Entry at low tide is rocky. You can hit a maximum depth of over 80’, but most dives are around 30-40’, and visibility is usually around 20’. Water temperature ranges from approx. 35 degrees in the winter to 65 degrees in the summer. There is a small parking lot for residents only – non-residents can drop their gear and find street parking down the road or park at Halibut Point State Park. Night dives here are usually incredible. There are no amenities at this site.

English (Translate this text in English): This site is a small cove bordered by rocky walls with Northeastern exposure. There is an underwater wall home to a multitude of marine life right beyond the cove. The center of the cove has a sandy bottom. Generally you can easily find marine life in all areas of this site and there have been recent sightings of an Electric Torpedo Ray. Entry at low tide is rocky. You can hit a maximum depth of over 80’, but most dives are around 30-40’, and visibility is usually around 20’. Water temperature ranges from approx. 35 degrees in the winter to 65 degrees in the summer. There is a small parking lot for residents only – non-residents can drop their gear and find street parking down the road or park at Halibut Point State Park. Night dives here are usually incredible. There are no amenities at this site.

This site is a small cove bordered by rocky walls with Northeastern exposure. There is an underwater wall home to a multitude of marine life right beyond the cove. The center of the cove has a sandy bottom. Generally you can easily find marine life in all areas of this site and there have been recent sightings of an Electric Torpedo Ray. Entry at low tide is rocky. You can hit a maximum depth of over 80’, but most dives are around 30-40’, and visibility is usually around 20’. Water temperature ranges from approx. 35 degrees in the winter to 65 degrees in the summer. There is a small parking lot for residents only – non-residents can drop their gear and find street parking down the road or park at Halibut Point State Park. Night dives here are usually incredible. There are no amenities at this site.

English (Translate this text in English): This site is a small cove bordered by rocky walls with Northeastern exposure. There is an underwater wall home to a multitude of marine life right beyond the cove. The center of the cove has a sandy bottom. Generally you can easily find marine life in all areas of this site and there have been recent sightings of an Electric Torpedo Ray. Entry at low tide is rocky. You can hit a maximum depth of over 80’, but most dives are around 30-40’, and visibility is usually around 20’. Water temperature ranges from approx. 35 degrees in the winter to 65 degrees in the summer. There is a small parking lot for residents only – non-residents can drop their gear and find street parking down the road or park at Halibut Point State Park. Night dives here are usually incredible. There are no amenities at this site.

English (Translate this text in English): This site is a small cove bordered by rocky walls with Northeastern exposure. There is an underwater wall home to a multitude of marine life right beyond the cove. The center of the cove has a sandy bottom. Generally you can easily find marine life in all areas of this site and there have been recent sightings of an Electric Torpedo Ray. Entry at low tide is rocky. You can hit a maximum depth of over 80’, but most dives are around 30-40’, and visibility is usually around 20’. Water temperature ranges from approx. 35 degrees in the winter to 65 degrees in the summer. There is a small parking lot for residents only – non-residents can drop their gear and find street parking down the road or park at Halibut Point State Park. Night dives here are usually incredible. There are no amenities at this site.

English (Translate this text in English): This site is a small cove bordered by rocky walls with Northeastern exposure. There is an underwater wall home to a multitude of marine life right beyond the cove. The center of the cove has a sandy bottom. Generally you can easily find marine life in all areas of this site and there have been recent sightings of an Electric Torpedo Ray. Entry at low tide is rocky. You can hit a maximum depth of over 80’, but most dives are around 30-40’, and visibility is usually around 20’. Water temperature ranges from approx. 35 degrees in the winter to 65 degrees in the summer. There is a small parking lot for residents only – non-residents can drop their gear and find street parking down the road or park at Halibut Point State Park. Night dives here are usually incredible. There are no amenities at this site.

English (Translate this text in English): This site is a small cove bordered by rocky walls with Northeastern exposure. There is an underwater wall home to a multitude of marine life right beyond the cove. The center of the cove has a sandy bottom. Generally you can easily find marine life in all areas of this site and there have been recent sightings of an Electric Torpedo Ray. Entry at low tide is rocky. You can hit a maximum depth of over 80’, but most dives are around 30-40’, and visibility is usually around 20’. Water temperature ranges from approx. 35 degrees in the winter to 65 degrees in the summer. There is a small parking lot for residents only – non-residents can drop their gear and find street parking down the road or park at Halibut Point State Park. Night dives here are usually incredible. There are no amenities at this site.

English (Translate this text in English): This site is a small cove bordered by rocky walls with Northeastern exposure. There is an underwater wall home to a multitude of marine life right beyond the cove. The center of the cove has a sandy bottom. Generally you can easily find marine life in all areas of this site and there have been recent sightings of an Electric Torpedo Ray. Entry at low tide is rocky. You can hit a maximum depth of over 80’, but most dives are around 30-40’, and visibility is usually around 20’. Water temperature ranges from approx. 35 degrees in the winter to 65 degrees in the summer. There is a small parking lot for residents only – non-residents can drop their gear and find street parking down the road or park at Halibut Point State Park. Night dives here are usually incredible. There are no amenities at this site.

English (Translate this text in English): This site is a small cove bordered by rocky walls with Northeastern exposure. There is an underwater wall home to a multitude of marine life right beyond the cove. The center of the cove has a sandy bottom. Generally you can easily find marine life in all areas of this site and there have been recent sightings of an Electric Torpedo Ray. Entry at low tide is rocky. You can hit a maximum depth of over 80’, but most dives are around 30-40’, and visibility is usually around 20’. Water temperature ranges from approx. 35 degrees in the winter to 65 degrees in the summer. There is a small parking lot for residents only – non-residents can drop their gear and find street parking down the road or park at Halibut Point State Park. Night dives here are usually incredible. There are no amenities at this site.

Local professional? Add your dive business

Business directory

  • Show all (0)...
  • Dive Centers (0)
  • Dive Shops (0)
  • Sleep & Eat (0)
  • Rent a car, Others (0)
  • Liveaboards (0)

 Photos

Show all (0)...

No available picture

 Videos

Show all (0)...

No video available

 Dive logs

Add dive log

Show all (1)...


Folly Cove
De Griffith
2 sept. 2008
Shore Dive - In 3100 PSI  Out 1130 PSI Weight: 24lbs w/ Diveskin Temp 53F  Vis 40ft Shore entry Saw: Crabs, Lobsters, Skates  
Suite...

 Dive trips

Add trip

Show all (0)...

Ningún viaje de buceo

 Comments

Add comment

Show all (0)...

Be the first to comment this country

Errors, Feedback

You can edit this page to correct errors or add new information. If you have any problems regarding this page, Send us feedback.

Advertise

Wannadive.net 24/24

Wannadive.net on your mobile

RSS All the RSS feeds of Wannadive.net

Newsletter All news by email

Friends of Wannadive