Come join the Fun!
We will be rafting the American River with Rock-n-water August 19 at 11am.
Cost: $109 includes lunch
Age: must be 9 years or older
There will be a BBQ at Mike and Kari's new home after done on the river.
Spaces is limited so signup today.
Great Annual Fish Count
- July 8th at Lover's Point for great diving while providing Fish Counts for REEF
- Please RSVP to let us know you and your family/friends that will be going
- Both Divers and Non-Divers are Welcome!!!!
Day After Pt Lobos Dives
- July 9th at Pt Lobos
- Join us for diving, lunch and great company at a terrific site!
- If you need a dive reservation let Judy or Keithen know - there are several extra reservations still available
Hi Club Members,
The club will be diving our favorite spot, Pt Lobos, on March 18th. Make your reservation here: http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=28353
Make your reservation now!!!
See you there,
DCOSV has a number of upcoming speakers:
Speaker on Feb 15th:
Channeling the Islands – Mike Boom, Videographer
Over the past four years, videographer Mike Boom and his wife Lynn have joined renowned underwater filmmakers Howard and Michele Hall on a live-aboard dive boat for an annual five-day dive trip in the Channel Islands in southern California. Mike will present a video recollection of those dives featuring gyrating sea lions, amorous sea hares, menacing giant sea bass, grumpy fringeheads, scurrilous divers, an agitated octopus, an oddly friendly bat ray, and a literal cast of millions (if you count plankton). Bonus points if you bring your own seaweed snacks.
Mike will also present some video shorts from diverse dive destinations around the world.
Mike has been shooting underwater video since 2001. He worked as the video pro on the live-aboard Nai'a in Fiji, and has had his videos featured in underwater film festivals around the world. You can see some of his shorts at LaughingEelVideo/videos
Speaker on March 1st - Dirk Hohndel
Open Source Maintainer of Subsurface – a free dive log on your computer
Do you dive with a dive computer?
Do you log your dives?
Subsurface is a free (as in, open source and also no cost, no ads, no catch) dive log that runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux. It supports most common dive computers and makes it easy to track your diving (and for the tech divers, you can even plan future dives with it). Subsurface offers free cloud storage of your dive log which allows (password protected) access to your dive log from a web browser or from iOS and Android apps. Dirk is the maintainer of Subsurface and will talk about some of the features of Subsurface, show how it works and answer questions for those interested in learning more about Subsurface.
Speaker on March 15th - Dan Abbot
Central Coast Regional Manager for Reef Check California
Dan will tell us about Reef Check California and the work they are doing
Speaker on April 5th - Todd Steiner
Director of the Turtle Island Restoration Network
Engaging people to take action for marine species and communities
Will talk to us about the research they are doing at Cocos Island
Andrew Newman M.D. F.A.C.P., F.C.C.P
Adjunct Professor of Medicine
Pulmonary and Critical Care
Stanford University School of Medicine
Chairman and Managing Director
Ocean Medicine Foundation
There are doctors who dive and doctors who understand diving.
Dr Newman will give you a better understanding on ears and diving.
August 17, 2016 7pm
Round Table pizza
1220 Oakmead Pkwy Sunnyvale