Truth - 2 Day Santa Barbara Island (Experienced OW divers and above)-Saturday/Monday, May 25 & 26, 2019

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Date: Saturday/Monday, May 25 & 26, 2019

There are many excellent dive sites around Santa Barbara Island and add in the good visibility and usually warmer water plus a 3 day weekend over the Memorial Day holiday and you have some spectacular diving. Join Channel Islands Dive Adventures aboard the Truth for a 3 day trip to Santa Barbara Island on Saturday/Monday, May 25 & 26, 2019. Any multi-day trip to Santa Barbara Island is an awesome adventure especially if you can get to some of the cool offshore pinnacles and reefs.

The plan is to board between 8:00-midnight Friday with the Truth departing at 1:00 am. Depending on weather we will try and get to the best dive sites possible.

There are many excellent dive sites around Santa Barbara Island and the main reason most divers like to go there is because of the seals and sea lions at the Rookery, off the island’s southeast side. They can be fun to watch spinning and twirling just like acrobats. They will also swim at you and then turn at the last possible moment as they blow bubbles at you. Santa Barbara Island also has some very beautiful reefs lush with kelp and underwater arches. Some of the really good sites are Sea Lion Wall, Sutil Island, Shag Rock , Websters point plus many more. There is much to see and do for the photographer, sightseer and hunter so why not come out and join us!

Trip Details
  • Where: Santa Barbara Island
  • Depart from: Santa Barbara, Sea Landing
  • When: Saturday/Monday, May 25 & 26, 2019
  • Time: Board the Truth between 8:00-midnight Friday with the Truth departing at 1:00 am and back to dock about 6:00 pm.
  • Cost:*$431.00 includes Lot's of dives, 1 night dive, meals, air and reserved bunks *Includes fuel surcharge*

This trip is specifically catered to Experienced OW divers and above that have good buoyancy skills and experience in cold water conditions including possible; current, swell, kelp, limited visibility and deeper depths. A surface signal tube is highly recommended.