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Pacific Star

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The Pacific Star is a family dive boat, owned and operated by Dave and Sonja Harvey and sons. The Pacific Star is a 65 X 22 foot dive vessel that dives in and around the Southern Channel Islands. Specializing in Multi-day trips The Star has regularly scheduled single day, two day and three day trips to all the local Islands, wrecks and reefs.  

Great Escape

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The Great Escape is an 80′ long, 25′ beam USCG approved vessel designed from the keel up with divers in mind. Our multiple day live-aboard dive trips provide the finest California diving available.   We often visit sites that are too remote for day trips.   On some trips we explore deep offshore reefs and pinnacles; Cortes Bank, Begg Rock, and Tanner Bank.   We also visit outer islands; San Nicolas Island, the back side of San Clemente Island, and San Miguel Island,   You will have the opportunity […]

Sand Dollar

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Diving Charters Inc., charters the Sand Dollar for an outstanding diving experience. Your charter can be either for a Free Diving, Scuba Diving, Technical Expedition or Wreck Diving trip. The Sand Dollar can be chartered for private (closed), educational, recreational or commercial diving trips. * 65 ft long, 21 ft beam, 73 tons * Double planked mahogany construction * 2 Radars, Autopilot, 3 GPS, Loran Navtex Fax Receiver * Satellite EPIRB, 4 VHF Radios, 1 SSB Radio * 2 Generators, 2 Water Makers * Fixed […]

Psalty V

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Shark/Scuba Diving, Catalina Snorkeling/Kayaking, Overnight Trips to Catalina   Asante is a 40-foot Seaway locally built for Southern California waters. Powered by twin 400-horsepower engine efficient diesel engines (no fumes/smell) with a cruising speed of 20 knots (23 mph).   The interior includes a small galley for hot meals, V-Berth and marine toilet. The large deck is the best feature on this vessel. Coast Guard certified for 27 passengers, the full walk around layout is perfect for sighting whales on our whale watch trips. Viewing the decorated […]

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