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Old Atlantic Highlands Pier is a shore accessible salt water dive site, located at 1st Ave., Atlantic Highlands, NJ. The maximum depth is 16-20ft/5-6m. The average visibility is 5-10ft/2-3m.

Route 36 to 1st Ave and then to end.

This was an old steamship pier built in 1834 that burned in 1966, all that remains are 2000 rotting pilings with a 100 years of trash or treasure around them. This has a lot of snags and like all shore dives should be done at high slack tide.

This is next to an active marina and they rent boats, think student drivers who probably don’t know what a dive flag means so don’t wander outside the pilings or surface under loud noises.

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