Peace - Adventure Trip-kelpcutter Wreck and Deep Reefs- (Experienced Advanced Deep diver or above)-Sunday, August 4, 2019

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Date: Sunday, August 4, 2019

Channel Islands Dive Adventures is the only place you will find a trip like this. The trip is on the Peace on Sunday, August 4, 2019. There aren't many chances for a line up like this so don't miss out!

This year we decided to put more ADVENTURE back into some of the Channel Islands Dive Adventures trips with some of our trips now called "Adventure Trips". 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.

The plan is to board at 6:00 am Sunday morning (or after 8:00 pm on Saturday) and depart at 7:00 am, doing the 1st dive a short distance out on the Kopco Star, (if weather permits) an old kelpcutter,  52’ X 27’ in size that sunk in October of 1963 at a depth of 80’. Afterwards we will plan to do some deeper outer reefs off Anacapa and maybe doing some exploring as well.

Trip Details
  • Where: Adventure Trip-Kelpcutter Wreck and Deep Reefs
  • Depart from: Ventura Harbor
  • When: Sunday, August 4, 2019
  • Time: Board at 6:00 am or after 8:00 pm Friday night with the Peace departing at 7:00 am, the approx. time back to the dock is 6:00 pm.
  • Cost: $171.00 includes, 3 dives, food, snacks, drinks & air and reserved bunk-Limited to 22 divers

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.