Yesterday was DiveNav day at the park day. As a thank you for getting the new release out last week we made a trip over to Casino Pt to have some fun and compare eDiving the park to the real thing. We made 2 dives each and had a good time. Here are the reports as I filed them on http://www.ediving.us. DIVE 1 By: jreitz1 Dive Site: Avalon Dive Park Dive Date: 2008-09-16 Start Time: 12:36 Dive Buddy: Henri Bottom Time: 0:33 Max Depth: 75 ft Water Temperature: 69 F Water Visibility: 10-30 ft Dive Type: Shore Difficulty Level: Easy DiveNav day at the park. Henri and I made our way out to the buoy across from the stairs and then dropped right down onto the Pisces and then over to the Kismet. Got some good video of the wrecks and even got Henri swimming through and up from the holes in the Kismet. After our fun there we swam over towards the Un-named wreck. Then made our way up to see the Cousteau Plaque. After getting pictures and video of each other with the plaque we headed toward the shallows for our safety-stop time and a chance to ham it up for the camera as we took turns talking underwater without our regs for the video. It was finally time to surface so we could get an air-fill and some lunch before heading back in. Fun Dive!! DIVE 2 By: jreitz1 Dive Site: Avalon Dive Park Dive Date: 2008-09-16 Start Time: 3:44 Dive Buddy: Henri Bottom Time: 0:40 Max Depth: 86 ft Water Temperature: 69 F Water Visibility: 10-30 ft Dive Type: Shore Difficulty Level: Easy DiveNav day at the park. Henri wanted to get some more images of the SueJac so we made the long surface-swim out toward the last buoy. We dropped just before it and ended up dropping onto a small skiff that had gone down just west of the SueJac. We then moved easy some and found ourselves at the lower hole in the side. I made my way through it and then taped Henri coming through it and the heading back out the upper main hole with me right behind. We then took our time inspecting the bow area until it was time to head back to shallow water. After we left the SueJac we made our way west allow the ledges and kelp patches, stopping to get pictures and video of the many beautiful and large fish out today. We stopped at the Cousteau Plaque for some more images, then creeped along playing around. Our foung a female Sheephead that was next to some rocks inhaling and spitting out the sand. While taping her doing this I noticed a bunch of sand get spit out from under the the rocks. Upon closer inspection I found the culprit to be a good sized octopus that was hiding out and defending its territory from the many fishes. At this time Alberto and Tom showed-up so I showed them the octo and then Henri and I made our way over toward the class buoys for our safety-stops and then played around with all the fish and plants until it was time to exit. Both dives had much better Vis at depth than in shallow. Good Times!!