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|LOBOS0||N 36° 30.349'
W 121° 56.388'
|Landfall for the south boundary|
|LOBOS1||N 36° 30.328'
W 121° 56.688'
|Boundary corner, off the point, south side|
|LOBOS2||N 36° 30.812'
W 121° 57.987'
|SW corner of the park|
|LOBOS3||N 36° 31.503'
W 121° 57.626'
|NW corner of the park|
|LOBOS4||N 36° 31.594'
W 121° 56.274'
|NE corner of the park|
|LOBOS5||N 36° 31.395'
W 121° 56.172'
|Landfall for the north boundary at MonoLobo|
Now for some interesting dive sites:
||N 36° 31.473'
W 121° 56.233'
||There's supposed to be a nice little arch here.|
||N 36° 31.466' W 121° 56.288'||Granite Pt. Wall|
| GREAT PIN
||N 36° 31.513' W 121° 56.616'||The Great Pinnacle. This is arguably the nicest dive in all Monterey County. The top is at about 40', the bottom on the north side is deeper than you want to go.|
|GREATANCHR||N 36° 31.500' W 121° 56.595'||This is a small sand channel at about 85' that makes a great place to anchor for the Great Pinnacle. Be sure to use lots of scope, there's water 180' deep just north of it.|
| MARCOS PIN
||N 36° 31.422' W 121° 56.590'||Marco's Pinnacle, named in honor of Marco Flagg who was attacked by a Great White Shark here June 30, 1995, and lived to tell about it.|
| SWIM THRU
||N 36° 31.325' W 121° 56.642'||There is supposedly a cool little swim through here. I've never dived it.|
| THUMBS UP
||N 36° 31.561' W 121° 56.286'||This is a neat pinnacle in the northeast corner of the dive area. The tops at about 40', the surrounding bottom's at 70-90' It's got lots of nice hydrocoral, so don't anchor on top. Drop the hook in the 70-90' area. There's a small sand patch at N36° 31.575' W121° 56.276'|
|WHALE BONES||N 36° 31.392' W 121° 56.360'||There are several big whale ribs here, and at least one verteba in 77'. Please don't anchor right on top of the bones. I usually anchor about 30' straight north, and with the usual NW winds, the bones are visible as I swim down the anchor line. Note: it's not shown on the map above.|
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