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Diver's Nite - Monthly Meet Up with Special Guests - FREE

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    Welcome to our monthly "Diver Night" schedule! Diver Night is always scheduled for every first Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM. This is an "open-to-everyone" event. You're invited and so are all of your dive buddies. There is no cover, no membership, and no charges of any kind. Come and enjoy a night of dive entertainment and education on us! We even provide BBQ tacos in the parking lot. Join the fun. 

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See Our Next Speakers:

June 5th at 7 PM Sub-Hunter Ray Arntz - Master and Comander
Sub-Hunter Ray Arntz
Once a month we have an awesome guest speaker.
Well here you go!
BBQ grub will be served 20 minutes before the presentation so be early.
$1 Raffle Prizes:
Wreck Diver Certification Course
Wreck Reel by OMS
Wreck Flashlight by NavCon.
Wreck wrist slate by OMS.
Wreck diving manual by SDI and PADI
The event is free for divers.
Bio: I did my first dives in a lake in South Dakota in 1962, not a good idea. No vis, nothing to do. It took a number of years for me to return to the water, this time in the ocean. What a change. As is my nature I simply went ballistic with my love for the ocean. I started with lobster at San Nic. My great friend and deck hand on the Mr. “C”, Lee Streit, taught me how to compete. Then on to wreck diving, Gerry Smith Dana McDown, Greg Swingle and Cliff Craft taught me wreck diving and the paranoia about wreck sites. Later a gentleman named Harry Davis decided to take under his wing and teach me how to free dive spearfish (breath hold). That absolutely changed my life. Harry taught me how to understand the habits of virtually every pelagic fish. He taught me how to find and observe every fish in the ocean. What a blessing.
I continued to research the Southern California coast for wrecks going forward. When working with PADI on the original tech diver manual production, I gave the team headed by Karl Shreeves an obscure graduation gift of a wreck I had not dove. The result was the first Grumman “Goose” documented off Catalina.
Gary Fabian and I became friends and research partners in the 1990’s. We worked together on a number of projects. The UB-88, the TBM in San Diego, the workboat (AKA Cape Charles also San Diego) the B-36 bomber in San Diego, the USS Burns, USS Vammen, USS Hopewell, a T-33 jet trainer off Mines Field at El Segundo for which I and my business partner Kyaa Heller both received Congressional commendations, a corsair off Dana Point, the widely publicized side scan of the Palawan and countless other projects.
We pursued these projects for their historical value and published them for the same. When and where we could locate families we provided closure and the opportunity for family members to go to sea with us for personal memorials. In the case of the USAAF T-33 we took more than 40 family members and an Air Force Honor Guard to sea for a memorial.
I still work on additional sites in Southern California today but my current responsibilities have limited my ability to devote much time right now. I look forward to publishing more in the future.


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