33rd Annual Avalon Underwater Cleanup

Avalon Harbor Clean-up

Los Angeles, CA – February 12, 2014 – What do diving, parties, fun, and odd finds all have in common? They can all be found at the 33rd Annual Avalon Underwater Cleanup. Taking place at Avalon Harbor on Catalina Island, this event offers exciting dive adventures that are only available during the event. The Harbor is closed to divers at any other time.


Taking Lobster “By Hand” and 9 Important Rules for Lobster Diving

California Spiny Lobster Season Laws

Los Angeles, CA – January 11, 2014 – A guy (not the one above) maybe 30 years old came into Malibu Divers and said he was interested in buying a wetsuit. We chatted a while and discussed suits. I asked if he was certified. He said "certified for what?" Okay, so this is how it started.


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.


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.


Local Boy Scout Organizes Malibu Ocean and Beach Clean-Up for His Eagle Scout Project

Los Angeles, CA – April 18, 2013 – With Earth Day on April 22, 2013, a local boy scout and members of his local troop will be in the final stages of preparation for one scout’s eagle service project – removing trash and debris from our ocean and beach.


California Coastal Cleanup 2011

Winner of 2011 Coastal Cleanup

Divers Recover Fishing Rods & Reels, Car Bumper, 40 Pounds of Debris from Malibu Pier

Program Strives to Decrease the Amount of Debris that Enters the Water and Educates Others to be more responsible in their waste management.