New York News
New York Diving is certainly more than what most would first think. While the long island sound and Manhattan has diving galore for the police department and select dive clubs. The real diving (some would say) is further inland where there are plenty of smaller lakes before finally reaching the great lakes of Lake Ontario and Lake Erie.
New York is the ninth state in the USA. New Yorkers are known for their ballsy, fast paced and (some say) arrogant attitude. With it being known as the Excelsior State New York certainly has a presence felt around the world.
It's stock-market based in Wall-Street is second to none and the City of New York is, outside of the USA, considered to be the city that is the real power the State and some even say, behind Washington DC itself.
The State of New York is known for it's finance, communications, international trade, fashion and farming and tourism.
There are two huge lakes in New York; Lake Ontario and Lake Erie. Other big lakes in New York include Oneida, Saranac and Senaca. Major rivers include the Hudson and the Mohawk.
It's a fairly small state with the state capital being Albany (not New York City as many often assume) and sharing its coastline with the Atlantic Ocean. Neighboring states are Massachussets and Maine. Other major cities include the famous New York City, Niagra Falls and Troy.
Most of the dive sites are clustered around Manhattan Island and in the Great Lakes plus a few lesser ones.
Dive Sites of New York
A E Avery
Beach 8th Street
Cedar Beach Jetty
David W Mills
Gate City Wreck
Oak Beach Park
Old Ponquogue Bridge Marine Park
Sloop City Canal Boat
Thompson State Park
USS San Diego