Dive anywhere in southern California. Really.
With over 7,000 underwater sites in our database, we can get you there.
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World renowned SCUBA diving destinations
With visibility between 50 ft. and 100 ft., you can really appreciate our diverse fish and invertebrate life. Our waters are colder, so we recommend diving with a 6.5mm wetsuit or dry suit for best comfort.
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Kelp forests provide habitats for myriad sea creatures that photographers, wreck divers, ecologists, and spear fishermen appreciate. Our top dive sites, Catalina, San Clemente, Santa Barbara, and San Nicolas Islands show the best of our reefs and kelp forests. We also are home to great intact shipwrecks, the Olympic II, the Palawan, the USS Moody, and the Ace I.
All our dive sites are accessible from our landing in Long beach
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With too many dive sites to name, we’ve listed a few of our most popular sites.
Let us know your desired type of dive and preferred maximum depths so we can recommend the best sites for you.
Santa Monica Bay to Palos Verdes Peninsula
Star of Scotland
Los Angeles to Long Beach
14 Minute Wreck
February 19th Wreck
East Fog Wreck
Cleo Street Barge
Ingram Street Bridge
San Nicolas Island
Blue Cavern Wreck
Charles F. Crocker
San Clemente Island
John C. Butler
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