A fantastic wall dive that features a variety of marine species, including giant Pacific octopus, wolf eels, dogfish and sea stars. The wall runs parallel to the shore at depths ranging from 25 to 100 feet. Divers should explore the site during a slack tide because of the area's strong currents at tidal exchange.
Very limited beach access. Boat dive is recommended for this area.
WAC 220-330-180(2)(c)(vii): Days Island is defined as the waters, bed lands, and tidelands within the area described by a line starting from shore at 122°33'49.16"W, 47°14'07.49"N; then west to 122°34'01.41"W, 47°14'07.58"N; then north to 122°34'0.78"W, 47°14'41.73"N; then returning to shore at 122°34'40.74"W, 47°14'41.73"N.