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What: Boat Diving Trip
Where: Monterey – Escapade Dive Boat
When: August 31st, 7:30am
Who: Any certified diver who would like to explore some new dive site in Monterey
Cost: $90.00, the boat will supply you with two cylinders
More Information: You goal as a diver, was to explore some cool dive sites that are not reached by recreational divers. This trip is designed to do some great diving in Carmel and Monterey bays. We’ll board the Escapade Dive Boat and head out for two exciting dives on a couple of great dive sites. If you’ve never dove from this boat, is awesome! Plenty of room, good food and a fantastic engine which will get us out to the dive sites quickly! Snacks and drinks are served onboard. Equipment Needed: You will need all of your own diving equipment. Equipment Provided: Snacks and drinks provided on board.
Registration: This is a limited load trip with only ten divers. Space will fill up fast. In order to reserve your space, you must call the store as soon as possible with payment. There will be NO reservations taken without payment.Learn More
Imagine an underwater treasure hunt…simply stated, divecaching is an underwater geocache adventure for scuba diving and snorkeling. Geocaching is an outdoor activity in which participants use navigational techniques such as GPS or compass coordinates to hide and seek out “caches” around the world. Divecaching takes geocaching one step further by putting it underwater.
There are lots of good reasons to participate in divecaching. First of all, it might get you out snorkeling or diving more often. It’s a great way to discover new dive sites and practice your dive skills in a fun and enjoyable manner. It’s a lot of fun and many people thrive on the adventure involved with hiding and finding new caches.
We created our own divecaching page on our web site, with the hopes of promoting local diving and getting people excited about scuba diving and snorkeling. We hope you have fun creating a divecache and seeking out other ones
The cache itself could be a container or a mesh bag with treasure inside. Sometimes the treasure is meant to be taken by the finder or sometimes the finder is to leave something behind for future finders. The cache could also simply be an underwater slate or wetnotes where each finder can sign their name as having found the cache.
Come join us and find out more about divecaching in Northern California and how Dive N Trips is becoming involved in this exciting aspect of diving!