There are several amazing wrecks that offers a extensive number of
different opportunities to expand your dive experience. In southern California, you really must be an advanced open water diver to participate in many of the wreck diving adventures because most of our wrecks are in lower visibility conditions, more currents and generally deeper depths. We recommend getting your wreck specialty certification to be ready to fully appreciate these dives. Additionally, we are offering the wreck specialty (optionally) with enriched air specialty as a package. Other recommendations are for Dry Suit Specialty, Peak Performance Buoyancy, and Deep Specialty. Suggested equipment for divers and students: reel and SMB (surface marker buoy)
Los Angeles Wrecks in Santa Monica Bay
- This LA Wrecks / Advanced trip is usually limited to six divers.
Star of Scotland
San Diego - dives at La Jolla Cove and at Wreck Alley (Ruby E & Yukon) one night hotel stay (dbl. occupancy)
A 366’ Canadian Destroyer Escort, lies in 100 feet of water at a 90 degree angle port side down. Extensive preparation allows complete penetration of the ship. Detailed maps can be purchased at Malibu Divers if you would like your own.
A 165’ Coast Guard Cutter lies upright in 85 feet of water. It’s completely blanketed with strawberry anemones. Easy access for penetration.
Skill: Novice/Advanced (due to depth)