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Going Deep at Catalina's Farnsworth Bank
Ask any experienced Southern California diver what they consider the most spectacular dive in all the Channel Islands and it's likely you'll hear Farns


Dive Spots - South Coast
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Wreck of the Yukon

Author  : Dale Sheckler
Date  : August 2012
Technically, a shipwreck is a vessel that sank accidentally. And, since the sinking of the Yukon happened "accidentally on purpose" one might ar 

Dive Site Ventura County: La Jenelle Park

Author  : Dale and Kim Sheckler
Date  : June 2012
On April 13, 1970 the La Jenelle was a 466-foot, 1,000-passenger luxury liner moored outside Port Hueneme harbor when a storm changed her fate.  

Leo Carrillo State Beach

Author  : Dale and Kim Sheckler
Date  : March 2012
If you're looking to escape the craziness of Los Angeles, drive up the Pacific Coast Highway toward Malibu and in less than an hour you'll arrive at Le 

Laguna Beach's Best (and Easiest) Beach Dives

Author  : Dale and Kim Sheckler
Date  : October 2011
While it can hold its challenges, beach diving California can be very rewarding and even easy. There are several advantages to beach diving. First of a 

Dive Spot: Malaga Cove

Author  : Dale and Kim Sheckler
Date  : September 2011
Unfortunately, during the late summer through the early fall, occasional tropical storms off Baja kick up large swells that land on south-facing beache 

Diving the AOP: California Tropical Diving

Author  : Kim Sheckler
Date  : April 2011
I ran into a group of divers recently and asked them if they have been in the water lately. One had, but he lamented that the water was very, very cold 

A.C.E. Becomes Southern California's Newest Dive Site

Author  : Scott Marshutz, Photo by Boonchob Vijarnsorn
Date  : March 2011
Five years after the 58-foot, steel-hulled A.C.E. drum seiner sank off the coast of San Clemente, a team of divers from Beach Cities Scuba (BCS) recent 

Wreck of Ruby E

Author  : Dale Sheckler
Date  : November 2010
Although it was all planned out, the actual process was a bit comical. Slated to be the second edition to the now famous "Wreck Alley" off San Diego, t 

Terranea Resort, the New Marineland

Author  : Phil Garner
Date  : March 2010
I have some wonderful memories of visiting Marineland of the Pacific: Bubbles the pilot whale, Orky and Corky, Baja Reef... but my favorite memories ca 

Goleta Beach

Author  : Dale Sheckler
Date  : December 2009
A poor visibility dive need not necessarily be a bad dive. Goleta Beach is one example. Water clarity here is never above 10 feet and is often as littl 

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