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Blue Banded Goby

Blue Banded Goby

Posted by Jason Karten on on Jan 30th 2019

The blue banded goby is a very common fish in California, but go unnoticed by many divers. They are a small fish, typically growing around 2 inches in length, and are very wary of approaching dive … read more
Yoga and Scuba

Yoga and Scuba

Posted by A. Kendrick on on Jan 30th 2019

You lay on your mat and it is all about being in the moment and moving from breath to breath…. Geared up, you plunge into the waters and it is just you and the moment, the life surrounding you, ex … read more
Get the Basics for Life Support

Get the Basics for Life Support

Posted by Jake Sofer on on Jan 25th 2019

Always stay with your buddy, the number one rule in scuba. We stay with our buddies for safety, confidence, and most importantly fun! But in the highly unlikely event of a situation turning for the … read more
Cold Water and Kelp

Cold Water and Kelp

Posted by A. Kendrick on on Jan 25th 2019

The diver in us may be happy about the warming temperatures, allowing us to have a little longer dive but what we should really be excited about is El Nina and the cool water as it is the cold water … read more
​California Sea Hare

​California Sea Hare

Posted by Jason Karten on on Jan 22nd 2019

The California sea hare is a unique looking animal. Often described as a reddish-brown blob. This blob however is a very unique animal. The sea hare is actually a sea slug and it gets its name for … read more