Peace-2 Day Begg Rock & San Nick-CIDA-(Advanced divers and above)-Saturday/Sunday, Nov 16 & 17, 2019

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Date: Saturday/Sunday, Nov 16 & 17, 2019

Begg Rock, 8 miles northwest of San Nicolas Island is a large sea mound comprised of a group of pinnacles, one of which rises about 15 feet above the water and then plunges into the deep depths way past recreational diving depths. Begg rock is fully exposed and sometimes Mother Nature will not let you dive it, but when she does it is an experience you will never forget. On Saturday/Sunday, Nov 16 & 17, 2019, CIDA has a charter on the Peace for a 2 day trip to Begg Rock. Trips like this don’t happen often, especially over a weekend so sign-up soon and don’t miss out!

Multi-day trips are always great and actually a much better value than going on single day trips. Why? Because you get more dives in without being rushed and get the chance to get to sites that are hard to get to on a single day trip making this trip a great value.

The plan is to board on Friday night between 8:00-11:00 pm with the Peace departing at midnight for Begg Rock. Captain Eric and crew will do their best to get us to Begg Rock for some awesome diving with us finishing the trip at San Nick before heading home. Because the weather and Military doesn't always make it easy to get to and dive Begg Rock, plan B will probably be Santa Barbara Island and or Santa Cruz Island. Whatever we do we will try our best to make it fun and interesting!

Trip Details
  • Where: Begg Rock, San Nicholas Island
  • Depart from: Ventura Harbor
  • When: Saturday/Sunday, Nov 16 & 17, 2019
  • Time: Board on Friday night between 8:00-11:00 pm with the Peace departing at midnight
  • Cost: $381.00 includes 8 dives, 1 night dive, meals, air and reserved bunks

This trip is best suited for Advanced divers and above that have experience in cold water conditions with possible current, swell, kelp, limited visibility and deep water. Dive sites are to be determined by "BEST CONDITIONS" based on water visibility, tides, current, surge, swell and wind. Good buoyancy control and surface signal tubes are always recommended.