Magician-Adventure Trip-Palawan & Avalon Wrecks-(Experienced Advanced Deep divers and above)-Sunday, June 14, 2020

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  • Regular price $175.00



Trip Details

  • Where: Palawan & Avalon Wrecks
  • Depart from: 22nd Street Landing, San Pedro
  • When: Sunday, June 14, 2020
  • Time: Boarding at 6:00 am, departing at 7:00 am and back by 5:00 pm. No Boarding the night before.
  • Cost: $175.00 includes, 3 dives, lunch, snacks & air -Limited to 18 divers
  • New Boat Rules: Please read before signing up for the trip
  • ALL TRIPS are weather dependent

Trip Info

    Join CIDA on our "Adventure Trip" diving the Palawan & Avalon Wrecks along the Palos Verdes coast.There aren't many chances for a line up like this so don't miss out! Both the Palawan and Avalon wrecks have quite the history and diving them can be stunning. The planned depths for this trip are in the 70′-120′ range. With the limited load of 18 divers it will give us all an even better experience diving the wrecks.

    Diving the wrecks we plan to visit is like going back into time with a story behind each one. For more info please see the link on our Southern Channel Islands Wrecks.

    These trips will all be limited load doing wrecks, man-made structures and deeper reefs along with some possible exploration as well. Planned depths for these trips are in the 70'-120' range and on some of the sites we might split the group into 2 dropping both groups about 15 minutes apart. These trips are PERFECT for the Experienced Advanced Deep diver or above getting tired of the same old thing and wanting more. Rebreathers, doubles and scooters are welcome and PLEASE no extended dive times past 60 minutes unless otherwise noted.

    This trip is best suited for

    Experienced Advanced Deep divers and above that have experience in cold water conditions including possible current, swell, limited visibility and deep water. The wrecks, man-made structures and deeper reefs visited on our "Adventure Trips" 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.