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February, 2024

Thursday
1
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The Aqua Tutus General Membership meeting is open to members and prospective members the first Thursday of each month except December. Focus on Underwater Photography: Arnie, a member of ATDC since the late 1990s fancies himself as an amateur underwater photographer. We have been able to see his photographic work at many ATDC Members Nights, where club members share some of their favorite underwater images. The origin of tonight‘s talk is a short slide show he assembled to use when he taught the PADI Underwater Photography Specialty, though that talk has been expanded to focus on digital photography (at first it only addressed film photography). Arnie combines his experiences taking underwater photos with his background as a SCUBA diving instructor to prepare this slide talk focused on the basics of being an underwater photographer. The meeting is held in person at Round Table Pizza on Redwood Road in Castro Valley and via the Zoom link below.
Thursday
15
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Any club member may attend. Use Zoom link below.
Sunday
18
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POC Alan Stanek 510-200-6208 I‘ll start with the warning: The steep drop-off can create challenging entry and exit when waves are high. Enter only at the far north or far south ends of the beach. Dive with others who have experience at this beach. We are meeting at the south end. Great beach with a Northwest exposure, on Hwy 1 just south of Carmel-by-the-Sea. We‘ll meet at 9:00 AM assess conditions; if wind and wave are favorable, we‘ll do two dives here. ELSE.. we‘ll relocate. Last dive here, there was abundant kelp in the middle reef area. Hopefully the winter storms didn‘t clear it all out. The area to the south has a few large rock formations that shelter sea life. Location: Relative location is 7.6 miles from Aquarius Dive shop on Hyw 1 south. or It‘s about 1.5 miles south of Rio Rd (There‘s a Safeway on Rio Rd). or Just a few hundred yards south of the Carmelite Monastery located at 27951 California 1, Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA. Parking area is gravel on west side of road Hwy 1. I‘m attaching images to guide you there. Park at south end of parking area. Facilities = flush toilets
Sunday
25
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POC Alan Stanek 510-200-6208 I‘ll start with the warning: The steep drop-off can create challenging entry and exit when waves are high. Enter only at the far north or far south ends of the beach. Dive with others who have experience at this beach. We are meeting at the south end. Great beach with a Northwest exposure, on Hwy 1 just south of Carmel-by-the-Sea. We‘ll meet at 9:00 AM assess conditions; if wind and wave are favorable, we‘ll do two dives here. ELSE.. we‘ll relocate. Last dive here, there was abundant kelp in the middle reef area. Hopefully the winter storms didn‘t clear it all out. The area to the south has a few large rock formations that shelter sea life. Location: Relative location is 7.6 miles from Aquarius Dive shop on Hyw 1 south. or It‘s about 1.5 miles south of Rio Rd (There‘s a Safeway on Rio Rd). or Just a few hundred yards south of the Carmelite Monastery located at 27951 California 1, Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA. Parking area is gravel on west side of road Hwy 1. I‘m attaching images to guide you there. Park at south end of parking area. Facilities = flush toilets