A California Local Dive Site: Anacapa Island
The boat ride is about 1.5 hours out of Ventura.
Within the giant kelp forests there are over a thousand different species of organisms ranging from giant black bass to tiny nudibranchs. The kelp forests of Anacapa are a safe haven for a vast variety of animals due to the slow water movement created by the thick canopies of kelp. This shelter from water flow is the ideal […]
A young seal and young diver share a touching moment.
This is a story by Sonya Krimsky that she published along with the video. Sonya and her daughter Lilly are Aquanautics Divers. Change is good and bad. But is what you get worth what you lose? We are responsible, but can we do anything about it?
Published on Mar 19, 2015
This morning we visited the beach at 5am to meditate and pray for […]
Beach Diving is just making an entrance into the water from the sand. This is one of the more commonly talked about controversies in our local dive community. This is even more complicated than the Chevy vs Ford questions. Some people have already chosen a side and cannot be swayed. My hopes are that with some fair and honest discussion Beach Diving can be evaluated and entertained by the others as an option when […]
Dive all 12 months of the year?
Some divers say they only want to dive in the summer... why is that?
Maybe they think they'll:
be in calmer seas
Did you know, though?
perfect time for training,
keeps your skills sharp.
For many divers, diving is a definite summer thing, associated with warm water, sandy beaches, and tropical fish. Once winter […]
Aquanautics Dive says farewell to PADI Instructor Michael McNeill. Michael came to us to learn how to scuba dive a couple years and ago and was on the fast track with some others and kept going all the way to instructor. He has been a good friend and one of the Aquanautics Dive family. It is with great sadness that we find that he has become twitterpated and is moving […]