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Destinations


The Coastal and Islands Boat Adventures are an amazing way to see the incredible Southern California Coast and her exotic Channel Islands.

You will see sea lions, dolphins, whales, and a variety of sea birds
while cruising along the coastline or out to the islands on our luxurious sailing/power catamarans.


Here are a few of the favorite destinations:

ANACAPA ISLAND / CHANNEL ISLANDS

Located just over an hour boat ride on our luxurious Lagoon 400S2 Catamaran from Channel Islands Harbor in Oxnard is Anacapa Island.

Unbelievably clear waters, breathtaking cliffs, and great fishing and diving await you. Take a paddleboard or kayak to explore sea caves and sea lion colonies or go snorkeling through the amazing kelp forests.

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PALOS VERDES PENINSULA

Located in the southern end of the Santa Monica Bay
is the incredibly rugged coastline of the Palos Verdes Peninsula.

Known for its clear waters, breathtaking cliffs, great fishing and diving,
Palos Verdes Peninsula remains an elusive destination
because it is a very hard stretch of coastline to access from land.

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PARADISE COVE, MALIBU

A 1/2 hour north of the Malibu Pier, in the
the shadow of Point Dume, lies the exclusive Paradise Cove.

This sheltered cove offers incredible stand-up paddling in it calm waters.
Because it is a marine santuary, the snorkeling is incredible
with abundant sea life in the amazing kelp forests.

You can even paddle ashore for drinks and food at
the world famous Paradise Cove Restaurant.

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CATALINA ISLAND

The Channel Islands are composed of 8 islands situated
just off of the Southern California Coast.

The closest island to Malibu is Catalina.

Catalina is a dream-come-true for marine nature lovers.
The crystal clear Pacific waters host mysterious sea caves,
remarkable kelp forests, and abundant sealife.

Our mild weather allows adventurers to explore her natural wonders all year.

Stand-up paddleboarding, snorkeling, fishing, and hiking, and fun
await you at this iconic destination.