No Cell Phones Allowed


Los Angeles, CA – April 4, 2015 - How’s the above-water world treating you lately? From the blare of your alarm clock in the morning, to traffic with its noise and frustration, the news tearing at you, your cell phone ringing. . .and that’s all before your work day even begins.
Even when we “get away”, these days, it’s hard to get away. We are always connected to our phones, computers, and the pressures that come with life. There is one place though, where very little of the surface world can touch us. It’s under the sea.


Exciting Dive Adventures Playing Tug of War

Octopus Dive Adventures

Los Angeles, CA – March 22, 2014 –There are once in a lifetime dive adventures that you plan to exotic locales; those where you challenge yourself to top your personal best; and then there are the unexpected adventures right here in California. This February two California divers, David Malvestuto and Warren Murray had an adventure of a lifetime when they interacted with a giant pacific octopus who wanted to make their underwater digital camera its own.


New Year's Resolution to Exercise: Start With Exciting Dive Adventures

Scuba Diving as  New Year's Resolution

Los Angeles, CA – January 3, 2014 – According to a recent study, these resolutions are among the top 10 that people make this time of year. Also cited was that “people who explicitly make resolutions are 10 times more likely to attain their goals than people who don’t explicitly make resolutions.” How many times have you made a resolution? One of the reasons people quit is that they fail to make a clear well-defined plan. So, why not start your New Year's resolution to plan more exercise with a fun and exciting sport? Start your New Year with scuba diving and potentially achieve your intentions. 


The View You See Out of Diving Mask

Los Angeles, CA – November 21, 2013 – If you have visited a zoo or an aquarium lately, you will notice that many of them strive to make their habitats as natural and as much like the wild – well, as the wild.  And though we applaud all the good educational and research work by places like this and we certainly appreciate the rescue work of any organization, we can’t help but think that when people get involved with wildlife, nine times out of ten we humanize (often times unintentionally) the fish and animals.


Top 5 Reasons To Try Scuba Diving

Los Angeles, CA – October 31, 2013 –You have made it to our website for a reason. You probably wouldn't be checking out a diving website unless you were interested in trying scuba diving. Wherever you are right now, a smart move would be to think a little bit more about saying sayanara to the world above the water's surface and take a turn diving under it. 

Why is this an adventure worth your effort? Read on for the top five reasons to try Scuba Diving.


Scuba Divers Remove Over 350 Pounds of Debris at Malibu Pier

Los Angeles, CA – September 23, 2013 – During a 3-hour period, about 30 divers dragged, bagged and carried over 350 pounds of debris on to the beach to be sorted, reviewed and counted at the 2013 Coast Cleanup Day. The most unusual items found included 1 ½ Ganesha statutes, a sign that said “Warning Hazardous Bacterial Level – No Swimming, No Diving” and remnants of a bird cage.