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New York Local Scuba Diving Information
Events in New York
July 2019
Thousand Islands July 2019
Alexandria Bay, NY
Looking for some wreck divers in the Northeast US or Southeast Canada region to meet up for some fun fresh water wreck diving in the beautiful Thousand Islands. We will plan to dive from the US side to the Roy A Jodrey, Keystorm, America, Vickery, Ma...
Fri Jul 5
3 day event
Attending: 0
Dive Sites in New York
Photo Comment
egunnison - Jan 24
I went scuba diving here on 7/15/2018. Average viz: 16-20ft/5-6m. Water temp: 66-70°F/19-21°C....
egunnison - Jan 24
I went scuba diving here on 8/23/2018. Average viz: 11-15ft/3-5m. Water temp: 66-70°F/19-21°C. First dive on the Keystorm since 2012. There are still three surface markers to tie up to, wreck remains in great shape. No changes noted in ability to acc...
AlvinM74 - Dec 11, 18
I went scuba diving here on 11/24/2018. Average viz: 5-10ft/2-3m. Water temp: Under 50°F/10°C. Water was calm in oyster bay. It was pretty cold my computer registered 38F. It was s tough dive for me as I was under weight only carried 16lb should have...
AlvinM74 - Nov 23, 18
We are thinking of going to this dive site tomorrow. I saw that someone posted that there is no diving within 150 ft of the shore? Is this true? I serached township of oyster bay website couldn’t find anything....
FrankH - Oct 19, 18
Beach 8th St was my regular dive spot around 1960-63, when I first started scuba diving. Glad to see it’s still active! Caught some lobsters & blackfish (free diving, of course), floated to the bridge and back, and had an incredibly cold first-dive-o...
seadp2001 - Jul 12, 18
Normally the people fishing respect the divers and we as divers try to stay away from there lines. The west jettie is deep and no one can fish there because it’s underwater. Buddies are a must no matter where you dive. A bunch of us are going Saturda...
Photos in New York
Alexandria Bay NY
Alexandria Bay NY
Cape Vincent, ny
Naval yard, buffalo ny
Hiking in ny :)
Dive fun day in NY
nick of ny
Beach 8th st, Far Rockaway, N.Y.
Beach 8th st, Far Rockaway, N.Y.
USS New York
NY Pier 17
Dive Clubs in New York
Photo Club Name Location Club Members
The Scuba Sports Club Westchester County NY  17
The New York Underwater Photographic Society New York City NY  6
The New York City Sea Gypsies New York NY  5
The Dive Club of Long Island Bay Shore New York  4
Blue Ocean Divers 1500 Vestal Parkway E. NY  2
Dikony Flushing new york  1
Worldwide Christian Scuba Divers Organization Bronx NY  1
Albany Aquanauts Latham New York  1
FLUPA Watkins Glenn New York  1
Aquatic Voyagers Queens NY  1
Articles about New York
Long Island NY Long Island NY
oceanfloor - 8/28/2009 12:09 PM
On Thursday August 19th I spent 10 hours on the road driving to Long Island to visit my daughter, it was really a dive trip in disguise but we won’t tell her that, and Hurricane Bill had the nerve to cut into the weekend and mess it up for everyone except the surfers. I was excited and looking forward to diving with a crew from Tiedemann’s Dive Center, Levittown, NY at the Ponquoque Bridge. I had just recovered (so I thought) from ear infections (yes both ears) from my last dive trip and was rea...
 USS New York- #2 - Subic Bay - Philippines USS New York- #2 - Subic Bay - Philippines
dirtguy49 - 12/01/2007 8:40 AM
The following description of this dive site at Subic Bay is from the Boardwalk Dive Center web site. You can access their web site at - Built in 1891, the ship served in the Philippine-American war, the Chinese revolution and WW1. She was decommissioned in 1931 and stayed in Subic Bay for the next ten years until the time that it was scuttled by US forces themselves to prevent the massive 17-inch guns from falling into Japanese hands. She lies on her port side in 27m...
USS New York - Subic Bay - Philippines USS New York - Subic Bay - Philippines
dirtguy49 - 11/10/2007 2:56 PM
The picture here is of the USS New York that was scuttled at Subic Bay by the US Navy at the start of WWII so that its large guns would not be captured by the Japanese. This wreck lies at 22m to 27m and offers may possible penetration dives. You can see a video clip of diving on this wreck at - The Philippines has a ton of dive sites, but I mainly go to Subic Bay and Coron to dive the wrecks. I could describe the various dive sites, but you can learn...