Long, sunny day days spent on and under the water are exceptional, especially when surrounded by a bunch of bad-ass women who will gladly dive the cold waters of the BC coast (some of whom were even in wetsuits!!).
Our gear info sessions are designed to cover tropics that speak to a variety of divers.
Saturdays are meant for one thing, and one thing only: Relaxing. What better way to relax than to go diving, a sport that distinguishes its professionals by their ability to take slow, easy breaths and all with minimal exertion? Diving is what Saturdays were made for.
Ever since I started diving in the waters of the Pacific Northwest, I have had the desire to explore the HMCS Annapolis, an old Canadian Navy destroyer, sunk in 2015 by the Artificial Reef Society of British Columbia. Sunk off of Gambier Island in Howe Sound, the ship was destined to become an artificial reef.