BeachHopper "In Reserve" 2-Tank Boat Dives - Point Lobos

  • 22 May 2011
  • 8:00 AM - 12:59 PM
  • Point Lobos State Reserve
  • 0


(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • 2-tank boat dive. Bring your own tanks or add Nitrox or air tanks in the sign up form.

Registration is closed

2 Boat Dives in Point Lobos Reserve on the BeachHopper II

Event Full. Contact Trip Leader for Wait List.

When: Sun, May 22, 8:00am – 1:00pm
Where Point Lobos State Natural Reserve, Whalers Cove (map)
Contact: Peg Stone

$104/per person to the club (includes PayPal fee). You will also be charged $10 parking entrance fee at the park. PLEASE BRING YOUR C-CARD, IT IS REQUIRED TO PRESENT AT THE GATE. If you need to rent tanks the additional cost is $10 per tank for air and $15 for Nitrox (Steel LP 85). Please let me know when you reserve your spot if you want air or Nitrox.

Diver Level: Intermediate to Advanced cold-water experience. Solid buoyancy control, experience with giant stride entries, comfort with safety stops and boat re-entries in current and waves.

General Dive Plan: 
Two boat dives with one hour surface interval in between. Dives will have floors of 70 to 140 feet, and we may dive peaks with tops of 50 to 60 feet.

Bring all equipment needed for a cold water dive, including weight belt, flashlight with fresh batteries or charge, and two full tanks.  You may reserve tanks, and nitrox, for an extra fee.  Please bring a computer and a safety sausage. A whistle or mirror is recommended. You MUST bring a C-card for entry into the Park.

General Information: 
Plan on dropping your gear (except drysuit/wetsuit, hood, boots, gloves, mask and fins) on the Beachhopper at 8:00am at the “K” dock at Fisherman's Wharf in Monterey. K Dock is between the English Pub and the Harbormaster's Office. While the Beachhopper is driving to Point Lobos, we will go to Point Lobos by car to meet the boat. We will suit-up in the parking lot at Whalers Cove, and swim to the boat which will take us to beautiful in-reserve sites that are not accessible from the shore. The boat will take us back to the parking lot for the surface interval. There are two enclosed flushable restrooms with sink and mirror. You may wish to bring a chair, shade, sunscreen etc for the surface interval. Dogs are not welcome in the park. Please feel free to  bring your non-diving friends/family; the park offers great views and easy hikes.

If you have not dived with the Beachhopper in 2011, please bring the signed liability waiver form available here (Acrobat Reader required).
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