Scuba Diving: Sunken ships and buried treasures

Some of my most memorable dives have been done exploring the various “wrecks” here around the island. I will never forget the day that...

National Geographic vessel ‘Venture’ to visit Catalina on inaugural voyage

Catalina Island will be one of the inaugural destinations for the newest vessel added to the National Geographic fleet, according to an article on...

Sailing crews set to sail around Catalina in annual regatta

Top notch sailing crews from throughout California are set to compete in the annual “Crew of 2” Regatta, sponsored by the South Shore Yacht...

What’s new on Catalina Island

Visitors to Catalina have a lot of choices. For those visitors who don’t already have plans for their visit, you’ll find a brief rundown...

Scuba Diving: Moray eels have voracious appetites

Throughout the world there are nearly 200 different species of “moray eels” Living in both fresh and salt water habitats. This week we will be...

Catalina Fishing Derby contestants net 153 fish

The Catalina Fishing Derby on Wednesday, June 27, was a fishing derby to remember, with 153 fish caught by 25 participants. In the 10 and...

On the Water: Graduation present and future memory

The call came through with the all to familiar question, “Can one angler join a fishing trip with others in Avalon?” The simple answer...

Scuba Diving: California Scorpionfish

This week we are going to take a look at a particular species of fish that I certainly would categorize as “Hazardous Marine Life.”...

Two Harbors annual festival, parade and fireworks are July 6

Two Harbors July 4th celebration begins Friday, July 6th, at 10 a.m., with the 32nd Annual Children’s Festival at Buffalo Park, where kids of...

Scuba Diving: Becoming A NAUI Diver

Becoming A NAUI Diver When I think back during my time as a dive student at NOCROP (North Orange County Regional Occupational Program) a sense...
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