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California Diving

by RBerry on February 28, 2012

  Our local travel destinations include much of the southern California coast and the local Southern Channel Islands.  It is always surprising that so many eager students and new divers are unaware of the beauty and incredible plant and animal life that fills our local waters.  Not … Continue reading

Cortes Bank

by RBerry on August 9, 2012

A shallow seamount – a barely submerged island in the North Pacific Ocean. It is about 100 miles west of Point Loma San Diego, USA, and about 50 miles south-west of San Clemente Island. It is known for clear water, vast kelp forests … Continue reading

Oil Rigs

by RBerry on August 8, 2012

Sitting roughly 10 miles from the coast of Southern California you find the Oil Rigs. The oil rig pillars and cross beams act as an open water oasis – a home for reef & wall critters, and a resting/feeding stop … Continue reading

San Clemente Island

by RBerry on August 9, 2012

Diving conditions at San Clemente Island are known for the clearest, warmest waters of all eight Channel Islands. Located in the southern most region of California this island receives the warmest waters from the tropical currents from the south. Giant … Continue reading

Santa Barbara Island

by RBerry on

Santa Barbara Island is known for its large rookery where you can spend hours diving with sea lions. Photographers get more opportunities to photograph these animals up close here than any Channel Island. The playful, curious pups will pose and … Continue reading

Santa Catalina

by RBerry on

Catalina is known for its calmer, clearer, and warmer waters. Even though Catalina is the most populated dive site of any other Channel Island; it is still sought out by scuba divers around the globe. Lush kelp forest, garibaldi, yellowtail, … Continue reading

Tanner Bank

by RBerry on

A chain of underwater pinnacles and plateaus located 120 nautical miles (nm) South by Southeast of Santa Barbara, California and 35 miles West by Southwest of San Clemente Island This bank rises within 80 feet of the surface and is considered … Continue reading

Wreck Alley

by Niki on

  Wreck Alley is an artificial reef approximately one mile off the San Diego coast near Mission Bay. What is there to explore?

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