Channel Islands Dive Adventures mission is to offer well organized dive trips to unique and interesting destinations with a dive/travel guide present, to help foster new friendships with other like minded divers and above all to promote safe and fun diving. read more.
With December comes the holidays and a busy time for most people and to reduce your stress level and take care of yourself you need to go diving! CIDA still has one VERY cool trip on December 20th aboard the Peace. This is another CIDA only trip diving some wrecks and outer Anacapa reefs. One friend mentioned that Channel Islands Dive Adventures are pioneers because we do quite a number of trips that no one has ever thought about and next year will not be any different.
It looks like winter is finally here but that doesn’t mean that the boat diving isn’t going to be any good, in fact November and January can be some of the best diving as long as it isn’t shore diving. YES, winter can be the best but it is colder so if you need a new wetsuit or maybe a drysuit and a class to go along with it please visit our friends at PCH Scuba and tell them CIDA sent you.
CIDA has plenty of boat trips planned for all level divers and types of diving you may want to do such as photography, hunting, freediving or just plain old sightseeing and in 2015 we are almost doubling our offering of cool trips. The best place to start is to look at the CIDA dive calender and then call us if you have any questions or just use our simple online sales to sign-up for a trip.
As always Channel Islands Dive Adventures is “Striving for Different Diving”
Upcoming CIDA Dive Trips
December 20th-Local wrecks (kelpcutter & Peacock)-Peace out of Ventura Harbor
January 4th-Farnsworth/Catalina-Truth out of Long Beach
January 10th-Catalina-Truth out of Long Beach
January 24th-Wreck/Rigs-Truth out of Long Beach
February 7th-Anacapa-Peace out of Ventura Harbor
17 ft.com is a great site for all your weather forecasts and here at CIDA we use it all the time but it can be wrong! Its always good to watch the weather before a trip but sometimes we forget weather can vary from place to place and because of that here is an excellent article on “Weather and Diving”.
Channel Islands Dive Adventures is the proud recipient of the 2013 Divers Alert Network “Rising Star” award-Thank you DAN!
With over 500 divers retrieving trash and lost items from the harbor as well as having a great time celebrating the Avalon underwater cleanup how could you not have fun! Again, CIDA has donated three single day trips and one 2 day trip to this years event on Saturday, February 21, 2015
Registration is $50 per diver, $25 per non-diver. Sign-up now for an early bird special of $40 per diver.
Did you know that CIDA offers a 5% discount to clubs and groups that support or sponsor us? It’s true and what is better than diving and getting a discount! Contact us to find out the details-it’s EASY.
If your a diver and don’t have dive accident or travel insurance, don’t kid yourself thinking nothing is ever going to happen. The one time something does happen (and hopefully it never will) will be when you are going to really hope you have it, especially if you do multiple dive trips in a year!
Either DAN or DiveAssure both offer plenty of choices depending on your needs and type of diving you like to do.