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Conditions were gorgeous for a day on Catalina Island! We got an early start and arrived on the island at 8am, and by 9am we splashed into our first training dive of the day! Visibility was 40ft with a very low tide which made for an interesting entry from the Casino Point stairs, but once underwater we explored the dive site and skillfully executed the training requirements. We saw guitarfish, garibaldi, rockfish, California sheepsheads, and even a very large crab that wowed the student divers! We also paid a visit to the Jacques Cousteau memorial plaque and a small shipwreck at the end of the dive park (though we had to look down on the wreck to stay at 60ft). The water was a steady 62 degrees, leaving everyone energized and excited about completing their training and becoming PADI open water divers!

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Posting: 05-11-2015

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