August Southern Islands 2016

12-15 Aug, 2016 San Clemente     Hammerheads on surface.  70 deg.  Vis 40′.  South end closed. Coral Garden/9 Fathom GBSB.  Agggressive Kelp Bass.  Spanish Shawl, lobster, octo, CA Chromodorid, sea lions. Seal Cove Sea lion, purple sea fans, navanax, lotsa sp. Shawl, boa kelp. Eel Point Giant kelpfish. WSB. YT. Baracuda. Sheephead Swiss Cheese Rainbow scorpionfish,

Packing for Guadalupe

Required Equipment for Cage Diving Expeditions The cage diving aboard the Solmar V is surface supplied air or Hookah diving. This allows you to be in the cage with the least amount of equipment on your body, providing greater comfort and more space in the cage.  Cage diving is relatively basic in nature and your

La Morena

La Reina swirls with jacks punctuated by tuna. My buddies and I head toward the cup-coraled canyon, feeling swell. We choose a detour heading due west into the current, finding an isolated pinnacle riddled with crevices. We swim over two morays en route, and I decide to lay down with the third. I waggle my

Benefit for Typhoon Haiyan Relief

Benefit for Typhoon Haiyan Relief Tyler Hayford, a local 17-year-old and award-winning pianist, will perform a special solo piano concert to benefit the victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. One hundred percent of the ticket sales from the event, which features music by J.S. Bach, Ludwig Van Beethoven and Sergei Rachmaninoff, will go directly

Galapagos Picture Party, Oct 13

Join us at Vino Prima’s on the Santa Cruz Wharf for our Galapagos Picture Party!  Enjoy the sunset, slide show begins at 7pm.  See you there!

In This Moment, reliving the Revillagigedos

This place was so… out-of-this-world—250 miles off shore, another planet—but just a quick flight and overnight motor to volcanic rocks strung off our familiar Channel Islands. So young, San Benedicto, that erosive channels are deep and soft; not weathered yet by time or riddled by roots. This place felt raw, and wild. The Boiler is

Preparing for a Channel Islands trip

Channel Islands Tips You can get dive gear, rentals and fishing licenses at the Sea Landing right at the dock. Call them early to reserve rentals.  They stay open until midnight. As for hotels, the Avania Inn, is a relatively inexpensive, clean and modern choice. We’ve also enjoyed the Lavender Inn, both are a couple

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