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  1. Anacapa :
    1. TBM Avenger : One of the Channel Islands plane wrecks is the in pristine condition TBM Avenger Plane.
              1. Santa Cruz :
                1. Coache Point, Potato Rock :
                2. Diablo Point :
                3. Grumman Guardian : The Grumman Guardian plane is still intact except for its propeller and makes a fantastic dive.
                4. Gull Island : The small and secluded Gull Island creates an excellent dive area with plenty of kelp and fish.
                5. Painted Cave :
                6. Peacock, Spirit of America : The minesweeper Peacock or Spirit of America sunk in the 1970s and is surrounded in fish nowadays.
                7. Yellowbanks Reef :
                  1. High Seas :
                  2. Hogan : Wreck the Hogan is a wicked 314 feet long destroyer complete with anti-aircraft guns and a rich history.
                    1. P-38 : The P-38 is a very famous fighter-bomber from the second World War providing for a memorable dive.
                      1. Wreck Alley :
                        1. HMCS Yukon : The most popular boat dive in San Diego, the HMCS Yukon was an 8 deck high Canadian destroyer.
                        2. Ruby E : Before transformed into one of the best diving sites near San Diego, the Ruby E was a coast guard cutter, rum runner and fishing vessel.
                        1. Avalon :
                        2. Olympic II : The Olympic II lies on its starboard side with its hull collapsed and bow and stern relatively intact.
                        3. Palawan : The Palawan lies on a sandy bottom with plenty of debris and well covered in corals.
                        4. Star of Scotland : The Star of Scotland, Santa Monica Bay, makes for a deep but excellent dive site.
                                  1. Ocean Cove : Swell protected Ocean Cove is blessed with plenty of kelp and abalones.