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Outer Bamnks diving on the Great Escape Southern California Live-Aboard Dive Boat

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Posted by seahut on November 30, 2003 at 16:31:13:

In Reply to: Xmas diving near San Diego posted by Peter Hennessy on November 29, 2003 at 16:40:42:

You're lucky you're going to San Diego if you want wrecks, even if they are a bit tame. Not much in the way of caves though. The Horizon runs occasional shark dives.
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For numerous reports on San Diego diving, check out the bottom of the list at http://www.diver.net/seahunt. Also http://www.divebums.com/main.html is a fantastic resource for SD diving.

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Go to http://californiadiveboats.com/ and look at the boats in San Diego. Check who is going where that day. Give them a call.

Dive with the sea lions (Corornados) with www.gottadive.com
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Visit the great diving of the sewer pipe with www.blueescape.com. They
have their shop at the docks so you can rent gear there

See the beauty of the life on the Ruby E or go visit the Canadian
Destroyer Yukon on the Lois Ann. (NITROX) onboard. www.loisann.com

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Here is an essay about diving the Yukon. On the site are far more essays about diving San DiegoA Yukon Dive
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Links to some San Diego dive reports:

  • The Yukon
  • The Ruby E
  • Point Loma Kelp Beds
  • Yukon Morning

  • Beautiful Dive On The NOS Tower In San Diego

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