Magician- Oil Rigs- (Advanced divers and above)- Sunday, Feb.. 9, 2020 or Sunday, Nov. 22, 2020

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  • Regular price $145.00
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Trip Details

  • Where: Oil Rigs
  • Depart from: 22nd Street Landing, San Pedro
  • When:Sunday, Feb. 9, 2020 OR Sunday, Nov. 22, 2020
  • Time: Board at 6:00 am, depart at 7:00 am with us getting back about 4:00 pm. NO Boarding the night before
  • Cost: $145.00 includes, 3 dives, lunch, snacks & air Limited to 22 divers
  • New Boat Rules: Please read before signing up for the trip
  • ALL TRIPS are weather dependent

Trip Info

Join Channel Islands Dive Adventures on one of our trips diving the Oil Rigs aboard the Magician Dive Boat. Diving the oil rigs can be an incredible experience. Whether you want to take pictures, get scallops or just sight-see there is something for everyone.  Diving a man-made object in the open ocean is mystifying and that is why we keep going back.

Diving the oil rigs Eureka, Elley and Ellen can be an awesome experience.  Eureka (about 700’ deep) is the furthest out of the 3 and in most diver's opinion it is the best to dive. Elley and Ellen (around 260’ deep) are not far from Eureka and are about 8 miles out of Long Beach. Elley and Ellen are connected together by a bridge making them more into an oil rig complex. What makes an oil rig such an incredible dive is the amount of life that live on the legs and cross braces plus you then have the schooling fish and sea lions swimming around the structure.

The rigs are photographer’s dreams come true. The visibility can vary depending on conditions and depth from 20’-100’. Generally, the best vis is 60’ or deeper. Diving the Oil Rigs-Video


This trip is best suited for

Advanced divers and above that have experience in cold water conditions including; current, swell, possible limited visibility and deep water. The oil rigs visited are unique and interesting and inherently have more hazards and may not necessarily have the best dive conditions. Most importantly, good buoyancy control is needed and surface signal tubes are always recommended.