North Coronados deep documentation
Coronados Island is an ancient, extinct volcano. Lavas has flowed all over the place, solidifying in spectacular ways. The north coast is probably the best dive area in the island, with impressive cliffs and dramatic formations. The lava walls drop down deep, creating the perfect habitat for black coral forests and big fish. Piedras Blancas is one of the most amazing dives in the National Park, but also one of the most risky ones, since currents can be ripping and depths great. Depths drop below 40 meters / 130 feet, and there is little information about what lies down there. Other spots worth documenting are La Lobera and Las Lajas.
For this project, NITROX certified divers and extended range divers are required.