Join CIDA on our “Adventure Trip” to Izors Reef and wrecks
Izors is a manmade reef formed from LOT’s of cement poles and the wrecks we might visit are possibly the Ace 1, Olympic and Feb 14th wreck. We are the only ones running trips like this. Planned depths for this trip is in the 70′-120′ range. Some of the sites we might split the group into two dropping each about 15 minutes apart.
Trip Details-Magician-Adventure Trip-Izor’s Reef & Wrecks-(Experienced Advanced Deep divers and above)
- Where: Izor’s Reef & Wrecks
- Depart from: 22nd Street Landing, San Pedro
- When: Saturday, April 20, 2019
- Time: boarding at 6:00 am or after 8:00 pm Friday and departing at 7:00 am and back by 5:00 pm.
- Cost: $170.00 includes, 3 dives, lunch, snacks & air- Limited Load of 18 divers
This trip is best suited for
Experienced Advanced Deep divers and above that have experience in cold water conditions including possible current, swell, limited visibility and deep water. The wrecks, man-made structures and deeper reefs visited on our “Adventure Trips” are unique and interesting and inherently have more hazards and may not necessarily have the best dive conditions. Most importantly, good buoyancy control is needed and surface signal tubes are always recommended.
Diving Izors should be very different then a normal dive. Cement poles everywhere creating plenty of space for fish and sea life to live in. It can also be popular with the fishermen. Depths are about 100′. The wreck dives afterwards will depend on how things go at Izors.
These Adventure trips are PERFECT for the Experienced Advanced Deep diver who is getting tired of the same old thing and wanting more. Rebreathers, doubles and scooters are welcome. PLEASE no planned extended dive times past 60 minutes on the Adventure trips.
The Magician had been owned and operated by Captain Jerry Lewis for many years creating a good following for the boat. With the new owner/operator Captain Carl Mayhugh it only seems to get better. Carl is not new to the SoCal area nor to dive boats plus he knows the weather patterns and how to make customers happy. There is no spearfishing allowed on the Magician. Read more about the Magician HERE.
If you have any questions, please contact Ken at
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