Unusual Kettle Sites

The foggy, rainy weather continues.  We had Curt and Ray today, along with Laurent.

They decided Kettle Island looked good and went to a different place than we ordinarily anchor.

Pete chose this place for the first dive.  He said it was 51 degrees at 50 feet.  There were skates and flounder and lobsters to be seen.

The second dive was a little more challenging.  It was on the ocean facing edge of the island.  Here.  That makes it the southern-most side of the island.

He said there was a current running as the tide came in.  The bottom was clear but cold.  Visibility was about 20 feet.  Curt and Ray did fine and said it was one of the best dives they’ve had in New England.  High praise, indeed.

It rained again.

Sheesh.

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