Hide-And-Seek

Photo by Gabriel Lu

Photo by Gabriel Lu

A playful harbor seal pup (Phoca vitulina) engages an Ocean Safari diver in a game of  hide-and-seek, darting through the lush kelp forests of Santa Barbra Island California

Diving the Silfra Tectonic Fissure

The Ocean Safari Dive Team glides through the Silfra tectonic fissure. Located between the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates in Iceland’s Thingvallavatn National Park, this exotic dive site offers stunning geology and the clearest and most pristine water on the planet, with visibility limited only by the clarity of a divers mask. 

Lush Reefs at Farnsworth Bank

Photo by Gabriel Lu

Photo by Gabriel Lu

Purple Hydrocoral (Stylaster californicus) thrive on the lush reefs at Farnsworth Bank, a secluded dive site on the back side of Catalina Island, entrancing divers with their brilliant color.

Diving Under Oil Rigs

									Photo by Gabriel Lu

Photo by Gabriel Lu

A diver is swarmed by a school of silverside swirling around her as she descends under the towering structure of a Southern California Oil Rig.

Stunning Visibility at Farnsworth Bank

Photo by Gabriel Lu

Young California Sheephead (Semicossyphus pulcher) dance through the reaching arms of vibrant Red Gorgonian (Leptogorgia chilensis) at Farnsworth Bank. Stunning visibility reveals a flock of descending divers 100ft above the reefs below.