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Colour of the water here is breathtaking and changes colour is you move from the beach past the sandbars out into deeper water. The clarity of the water allows you to see the bottom most of the way out. At the end of the pier...More
Rye pier just goes to show that you don’t have to travel far to find a great little spot for snorkeling. There is plenty of plant and fish life around the pylons and the water is so shallow and gentle that you can actually get...More
Rye pier is fantastic for a stroll in summer or winter. Long enough to feel like you have stretched your legs and walked off lunch. Clear water let's you watch schools of bait fish and the local fishers are usually up for a chat. A...More
I like walking on piers. When I saw that pier, my wife and I went on it. I remember the creaking of walking on wood.
I enjoyed watching the ocean.
There was only one railing on the jetty. Once we found the end of the...More
Cold windy day but I was determined to walk it. Bit uneven but that just added to the fun with my husband to find the good the bad and the ugly boards. Worth every step. Great on a bad day would be amazing on a...More
You need to watch where you are walking since the timbers are well aged and somewhat uneven, nerveless it is a good place to walk and there are some seats near the end. The water is usually crystal clear so you can see sea life....More