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


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Posted by Max Bottomtime on July 15, 2017 at 16:23:24:

The waves were coming into Redondo Beach in rapid sets this morning so we went back to bed. At 10:00 friends told us they we going out so we looked at the live cameras and decided it looked a little better. We were wrong.

The winds made it difficult to swim at the surface. Underwater the sand was being stirred up at 65 feet. I stuck it out for one dive and raced back home.

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Haliotis kamtschatkana assimilis, Threaded Abalone rolling around in the surge

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Rathbunella hypoplecta, Stripedfin Ronquil

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Crassispira semiinflata

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Simnia arcuata

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Distaplia occidentalis

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Ophiopsilla californica, Brittle Stars

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Polycera tricolor



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