Diving the Wild Coast
Join us on Lu-Jacs Quest Charter Boat for diving in Neah Bay. Once a year the charter makes it's way to the rugged coast for a small window of opportunity to dive this pristine area we are seldom able to reach. This area tends to offer incredible visibility and abundant underwater life from Sea Lions, Wolfeels, Octopus and much more even down to the smallest Nudibranch. We will be departing on Thursday morning August 14th, feel free to make your way there anytime. We will plan on doing a shore dive at the Seiku Jetty in the afternoon of the 14th. We will do three dives on Friday & Saturday and two dives on Sunday.
August 14-17, 2014
Charter price $499* or Club Members $489*
A non-refundable deposit of $250 saves your spot. Balance due 60 days before the trip. There are NO refunds after the full payment unless you find someone to take your spot. Price is for charter only. Accommodations, food, transfers and permits are your own responsibility.
Requirements: Each diver must have been diving within the last 60 days and be an Advanced Diver with a minimum of 50 logged dives due to Open Ocean diving that can present rough water, swell, currents and fog. You will need all dive equipment, which includes a BC, safe second, dive computer, safety sausage & whistle and a Dive Alert and we highly recommend a Nautilus Lifeline. You will need to have 3 tanks for Friday & Saturday and you can get air fills at Curleys, no Nitrox is available.
*A fuel surcharge may be added due to changing fuel costs.
We will be staying at www.curleysresort.com . You need to book your place to stay as soon as possible, as accommodations are limited. There are also facilities for RV or camping as well. If you need more assistance send me an email and I will give you some names of other places. Neah Bay is very remote with limited amenities, such as restaurants. We recommend that you plan for food; most rooms have kitchenettes in them for this reason. Lu-Jacs will have breakfast snacks (coffee cake, fruit) out in the morning along with coffee, tea or hot chocolate. They will also provide lunch on the boat each day. Space is limited to 10 divers and will be on a first come basis.