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including departure/return times

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and the dive sites we visit

DIRECTIONS TO THE BOATS

2015 schedule is still a work-in-progress
Single-day boat trips include food & airfills. Avalon Underwater Park trips include round-trip transportation on the Catalina Express, taxi to and from the Park,  rental tanks from Catalina Scuba Luv, and airfills. We accept Visa, MasterCard, and American Express, as well as checks (and cash).


RESERVATIONS: (310) 652-4990
(After business hours, please leave a message on our machine)
LAST-MINUTE AFTER-HOURS DAY-OF-TRIP PROBLEMS?
CALL KEN KURTIS ON HIS CELL AT 310/995-3639


I                       IMPORTANT INFO IF YOU INTEND TO TAKE GAME                                     I

There's no question that we're not known as a "hunting" store but we certainly don't ban hunters from our boats. However, we do expect those who hunt to not only to be aware of the DF&G regulations, but to follow them.

Unfortunately there have been instances where people are either ignorant of the regulations or are deliberately flaunting them. And it puts us, and the boats, in a very difficult position since we really don't want to be the Fish Police but, by the same token, if we don't carefully manage our ocean resources, they simply won't be there in the future. The bottom line is that taking game in violation of the DF&G regulations is the textbook definition of poaching.

Accordingly, Reef Seekers has a ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY towards any type of poaching, whether intentional or accidental. If you come up with game that's either out-of-season, short, or over a bag limit, our boat DMs/Instructors are instructed to contact DF&G through the 888/DFG-CALTIP (Californians Turn In Poachers). We will report the offense and request that a DF&G Warden meet us when the boat docks at the end of the day and the poacher can explain why "I didn't know" should be an acceptable answer.

Although this may sound Draconian, the way to avoid this is simple: If you're going to hunt, be 150% certain of what you're taking and that it complies with current regulations. If you don't know what it is, don't take it. The days of someone coming up with a fish on a spear and asking, "Is this good to eat?" should be long gone.

In general, those of you who dive with us who hunt are very responsible and not only follow the regulations but only take what you can eat. However, for the few who choose to be ignorant or simply don't care, that behavior will not be tolerated and you may consider yourselves on notice.

IIMPORTANT INFO IF YOU I     NTEND                                                       TO TAKE GAMEI
We are not doing pre-scheduled day trips in 2015 but will arrange local trips on an ad hoc manner. generally, we use the Asante and the Hattitude for our regular charters, as well as the Catalina Express for our Avalon trips. The Asante & Hattitude both have compressors on board, heads, and ample storage areas. We're happy to be associated with these fine folks and know they will work as hard as we do to get you to the best diving possible.

FULL 2015 LOCAL DIVE SCHEDULE TBA
(Boat dives, beach dives, night dives, & Underwater Park dives)

LIMITED LOADS
12 DIVERS ON ASANTE  - 6 DIVERS ON HATTITUDE


NO CLASSES ON-BOARD - ONLY CERTIFIED DIVERS


Please make note that departure/return times can vary based on the specific trip and the boat.
Please confirm these times with us when making your reservation.

Day

Date Boat/site  Intended Destination (weather dependent)

Price

Saturday January 24 Asante  Oil Rigs (Eureka & Ellen/Elly) 130
Saturday February 21 Catalina Express  34th annual Avalon Underwater Cleanup 165

 


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