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Scuba San Diego has a variety of dive and snorkel activities. Scuba instruction, world class guided diving tours and snorkeling tours off La Jolla Cove, boat dives to Wreck Alley’s HMCS Yukon.

Guided Scuba Excursion to La Jolla Cove certified divers:  Book Now

$105.00 (one tank)     Gift It

$180.00 (two tank)  Gift It

Certified divers, your first dive you will be guided on a tour of the world famous La Jolla Cove kelp forest by our expert guide. The maximum depth is 45 feet, then on your second dive to the sea cavern or La Jolla point. Or, dive at the equally famous La Jolla Canyon, a 60 to 80 ft. dive. These dives begin at 7:00 a.m. These exciting shore dives are a must for the beginning diver and the serious world-class scuba diver. Dive includes weight belt, weights, and cylinders. Close encounters with the rare and endangered Giant Black Sea Bass, Tope Sharks the year round or all of the above plus Seven Gill Sharks in April. Don’t miss April in La Jolla Cove!

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Private Guided Scuba Excursion to La Jolla Cove certified divers:

$230.00 (one tank) $305.00 (two tank)

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Guided Night Dives:

$110.00 La Jolla Canyon

There are a multitude of interesting critters in the “Canyon” at night. This guided dive meets one half hour after sunset. There are squid runs in the winter, California bat rays, two ringed octopus, and slided crabs that frequent this canyon year round. Most night dives are loaded with biolumenecent phytoplankton.

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San Diego Boat Dives (unguided) $250.00

Unguided, our dive boats in San Diego charter out daily to Wreck Alley. The HMCS Yukon and the Ruby E. are the principle attractions. The wrecks found in San Diego’s famous Wreck Alley present all the mystery of wrecks and challenges of deeper dives.

The HMCS Yukon is a 399-ft. long destroyer resting in 100 ft/30 meters. It sank in darkness during heavy swells before the professionals could sink it as an artificial reef.

The Ruby E. is an older wreck very near the Yukon. Once a US Coast Guard ship, it is well developed in sea life and is resting in 80 ft/25 meters of water.

A boat charter out to the Los Coronado Islands $350.00 which are owned by Mexico, has been a favorite diving destination in San Diego for both basic and advanced divers for years.

Rentals: scuba gear rental fee – $75 (with tour purchase only)

Wreck Alley Dives: $329.00 (two tanks)


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Los Coronado Islands Dives: $350.00 (two tanks)


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NOTES:

 Are you bringing a camera to dive La Jolla Cove? 

– Bring a magenta filter (for green) for your camera.

Are you bringing a camera to dive Palau with us? 

– Bring a red filter (for blue) for you camera.