California’s Channel Islands are amazing! Situated just off the coast south of Santa Barbara, California, its kelp forests and amazing visibility are second to none. These unique islands offer homes to many endemic species and subspecies. With temperatures ranging from 48° to 75° F, there are a variety of animals that make their home here as well as […]
The weather was beautiful during this winter weekend on California’s Catalina Island. The water was a little cold (58 F) but the visibility was better than expected and there were hardly any people around! February 2016 Highlights: Good visibility, giant kelp fish, sea lion, dolphins and great weather! Unfortunately there is no kelp on this […]
A beautiful night for a night dive at amazing Santa Cruz Island. It’s so fun to find all the critters that come out at night. A completely different place than during the day! Dove in October 2015 Highlights: Lots of octopus, Chestnut Cowrys, Spotted Cusk Eel, Target shrimp and a Horn Shark.
The Channel Islands are an amazing place! Love going out there in warm October and diving through Anacapa’s kelp beds and clear water. You never know what kind of cool stuff you’ll run into. Dove October 2015
The California Channel Islands are a cold water diver’s paradise! You never know what you’re going to find when you make it out to the Islands. Santa Cruz Island is greatly untouched and the sea life there reflects it! August 2010 Highlights: Great visibility, colorful nudibranchs, and cool looking jellyfish!