Open Water SCUBA class
begins November 12th.
This is how the underwater adventure begins.
Call the dive shop for details.
Soon you can be exploring the the kelp beds at Catalina Island
and swimming with the giant sea Bass, or hunting for Lobster,
or even visiting the underwater world of exotic locations like
the Bahamas, Mexico and Fiji.
Call for details
They are beginning their
Open water adventure
This group a group of students from the
University of Riverside (UCR).
The began their basic SDI SCUBA training just a few weeks ago.
Tomorrow (Nov 7th) they will be compleating the Open Water portion of the training at Catalina Island.
Soon they will be diving Catalina Island with Giant Sea Bass, Lobsters
and many other creatures that live in the California Kelp beds.
Give it a try, You can do it !
Have you ever wanted to try SCUBA diving?
Or do you know someone who would like to give it a try?
On August 1st we will be offering the opportunity for you to
give this a try with our Instructors and Diver Masters.
Its fun. It's educational and
Call Tony for details at 951 682-3483
Wiley's SCUBA Locker
Their here !!!!
We went to the Bahammas and found an alian space ship.
Read more about it on "Tonys Dive Slate"
The ADVENTURE has begun !!!
SCUBA Classes starting
SCUBA Classes starting soon.
Stay cool for summer and join us on a
Class begins June 7th.
You can do it...
Call: 951 682-3483
Ahhhhh, this is nice.
Fiji is one of the greatest destinations dive spots in the world.
We just returned from Fiji and already we have folks
signed up for the next trip back to Fiji this comming November.
Yes that is correct we will be returning to Beqa Island, Fiji
this november 27 to Dec. 6th. and maybe longer.
You know you want to go,
if you have never been to Fiji,
you need to go.
If you have been to Fiji,
I know you want to go back.
Call Tony at the dive shop : 951 682-3483
The Sealife AquaPod
Photography from a different prospective
Extendable underwater monopod
The SeaLife AquaPod allows for close up underwater photos and videos while maintaining a comfortable distance between you and your subject. It's ideal for exciting shark images and video, as well as easily frightened ocean species.
Rotate the camera on the AquaPod to easily take self-portrait images. Easy to use and hold steady, both above and below the water, the AquaPod extends from 18 inches (46cm) to 53 inches (135cm).
To shoot still images with a SeaLife camera and the AquaPod, simply set the camera to “SPY” mode, allowing it to automatically shoot at set time intervals. For videos, just set the camera to video mode, press the shutter button, and start shooting. For best results, make smooth and gentle movements so the lens stays focused on your subject.
As the name implies, the AquaPod is non-corrosive and resistant to salt water, making it unique among other monopods and the perfect underwater photography accessory. The AquaPod includes a wrist strap and a mount for GoPro® cameras.
NOW in stock at Wiley's SCUBA Locker