Scuba Diving and Snorkeling

  
      
                     New To Diving?

Start scuba diving today! Have you always wanted to learn to scuba dive? With our 5
star National Association of Underwater Instructors and premier scuba diving training facility. We have a full range of scuba and snorkeling gear provided to you as part of 
your full training course to become certified
 as a NAUI diver. 

We also have discovery scuba diving for the
first time adventurer where you will learn the fundamentals of diving and dive with one of 
our instructors which will count as a part of 
the training course if you decide to continue.



 Discovery scuba diving $150 1 tank.
 Second dive $50 

 Scuba diving training $525

 Pay by the day training $150

Price includes necessary equipment for all of our dives.



 
 






Eco Snorkeling Tours

Explore what lies beneath the ocean with one of- our Eco Tours. Get familiar with the reefs and Life Under Water Eco-systems and indigenous marine life. What can you do to help our ocean? The reefs in Palos Verdes untouched beauty is a ideal place for snorkeling. Not only will you have an exciting time with your family, you will also be a part of the Eco friendly community learning how to help keep our planet safe and clean for future generations.


Eco Snorkeling Tours Paos Verdes:
2 Hours snorkeling $75 Per Person.
2 person minimum.
Price includes:
Necessary equipment 
Mask, fins, snorkel, wetsuit and instruction are all provided.
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Coastal Cleanup Day

posted May 18, 2010, 3:41 PM by ....

Coastal Cleanup Day

posted Apr 27, 2010 4:22 PM by ben anvar

Coastal Cleanup Day
Cleanups logo

Volunteers show their enthusiasm for cleaning the beach during Coastal Cleanup Day. Photo: Heal the Bay
Volunteers show their enthusiasm for cleaning the beach during Coastal Cleanup Day. Photo: Heal the Bay
Coastal Cleanup Day volunteers clean the beach and fill in a data card. Photo: Heal the Bay
Coastal Cleanup Day volunteers clean the beach and fill in a data card. Photo: Heal the Bay
Be a part of the largest volunteer day on the planet!

Coastal Cleanup Day (CCD) began in 1985 and has grown into a huge annual event. Every state with a coastline participates, including the Great Lakes states, and even some inland states clean river and lake shores. The one-day cleanup is international—at last count, over 60 nations participated—and may be the largest volunteer day on the planet.

Heal the Bay and the Los Angeles County Department of Beaches and Harbors are the Los Angeles County coordinators for the state of California's Coastal Cleanup Day. We bring out over 10,000 volunteers to cleanup sites each year in L.A. County to over 50 sites along Santa Monica Bay and along inland creeks and waterways. Please see the sidebar on the right for information about the next Coastal Cleanup Day in Los Angeles County.

Coastal Cleanup Day involves individuals, schools, community and company volunteer groups. Volunteers in Los Angeles County typically collect tens of thousands of pounds of trash and recyclables during a three-hour period. By filling out the trash "data cards" during the cleanup, volunteers are helping to identify and stop polluters in the future.

Most people clean at the beach and on foot, but there are also special cleanups for inland creeks, boaters, kayakers, and divers. By far the most common item picked up are cigarette butts. Some of the more unusual items found in recent years were a chandelier, a briefcase full of graham crackers, and a bridal gown.

Coastal Cleanup Day is held annually on the third Saturday of September. Please see the sidebar on the right-side of this page for details about the next Coastal Cleanup Day in Los Angeles County. For other California locations, please visit the California Coastal Commission website.

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