Open Spaces on Dive Trips This Weekend

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Posted by ELaine on January 25, 2007 at 05:40:10:

Open Spaces on Dive Trips this weekend

Sunday, San Clemente Island

Well . . . I'M going to have a good time diving this Sunday. And you should too!!!

We're got spots available on our Great Escape trip to San Clemente. Boarding Saturday evening after 9PM, briefing at 10:45, leaving around 1AM. The weather forecast is for partly cloudy through the weekend and they're talking a very small swell. So it looks good to make it to Clemente. Conditions should be pretty good at the island and remember that, with the Encore no longer running, the Great Escape is one of the few boats making outer island trips which means we don't do this as often as we used to simply because we don't have boats available. So don't let this one pass you by. Give us a call at 310/652-4990 and get signed up. DMs will be Hopper Stone, Magnus Nimby, and yours truly.

And for those who need rental gear . . .

We've made arrangements with our friends at Ocean Adventures in Venice and at Scuba Haus in Santa Monica to give you a break on rentals when you're on a Reef Seekers trip. If you need rental gear, go to either one of those two stores, let them know you're on our trip, and you'll get a 20% discount of their normal rental rates (at both stores).

We may not have a physical location, but that doesn't mean we're not still looking out for your best interests. Hope to see you soon (like this weekend)!!!

Ken Kurtis
Owner, Reef Seekers Dive Co.
P.O. Box 11634
Beverly Hills, CA 90213
(310) 652-499

Sunday, San Nicolas Island


Bug Hunting at San Nicolas Island

with the Pacific Star!

February 3-4th Two day; San Nicolas Island

More than 60 miles from the mainland, San Nicolas Island is one of the smallest and least dove of all the Channel Islands. Long term forecasts show that good conditions are expected around this remote, weather exposed island, giving divers a chance to explore the underwater world surrounding the setting for Scott O’Dell’s award winning novel, “The Island of the Blue Dolphins”.

A hunter’s paradise, and commonly referred to as the “Land of the Giants”, San Nicolas is legendary for producing HUGE LOBSTER.

Depart King Harbor at 12:00am (Fri midnight); return by 5:30pm (Sun)

$310 all inclusive food, beverages, and air fills. Nitrox available at additional charge

Call us at (626) 716-1796 or Email us at bediving@msn.com to reserve your space today!

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