Custom Scuba?s two boats aren?t typical leisure vessels?they?re inflatable boats, originally designed for Navy SEALS. And like Navy SEALS, the company?s captains use the boats to reach hidden channels and hard-to-access waterways. However, unlike Navy SEALS, their top priority is fun. With more than 10 years of experience each, the two captains helm snorkeling adventures, fishing trips, and sunset cruises that showcase the area?s natural beauty at sites often not visited by other companies. True to its company name, the team also offers scuba classes, teaching basic underwater skills and doling out dive certifications with a teaching motto of never rushing a student and always putting safety first and cannonball competitions last.
Steve Ellis and Ken Lindsay have traveled far and wide to hone their fly-fishing skills—they bring knowledge gained in Belize, New Zealand, Argentina, Chile, and several US states to their Van Nuys fly-fishing shop, Fishermen’s Spot. For the past four decades, the shop has stocked high-quality fishing gear from makers such as Sage, Simms, Winston, and Abel, as well as vintage equipment such as bamboo rods and ancient flies that still haven't evolved wings. To complement these wares, the shop offers classes that help students master fly-fishing basics, such as casting, selecting tackle and flies, and tying knots.
The waters around Marina del Rey teem with seasonal gamefish. Beneath the ocean's surface, halibut, sand bass, and barracuda swim from Rocky Point to the Big Kelp Reef. That is, until they cross paths with The Betty-O, Spitfire, or the New Del Mar?the fishing boats of Marina Del Rey Sportfishing's fleet. Aboard these vessels, experienced guides help small and large groups cast lines and pull prize catches from the water.
But sometimes, the ocean's beauty makes anglers put down their fishing poles. Sea lions, dolphins, sea birds, and several whale species also make their home in the water. This diversity of wildlife prompted the owners of Marina Del Rey Sportfishing to start their whale and eco tour, during which sightseers can admire the ocean's majestic creatures and the teams of Aquamen who groom them.
The 65-foot fishing vessel known as the Spitfire nominally calls dock 52 on Fiji Way home. However, between three-quarter day fishing trips, twilight fishing trips, and chartered excursions, it seldom stays moored for long. Most often, it can be found slicing through the waves under the steady hand of its captain, helping up to 80 fisherfolk chase calico bass, rockfish, and perch through the waters. To keep its passengers fueled up enough to reel in the big one, the Spitfire boasts a galley whose chefs serve hot meals, cold beers, and sodas chilled by being used as ice-fishing bait.
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Fresh fare can be found at 22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar, where guests seek to sample every seafood dish on the menu.
The menu at 22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar is loaded with gluten-free and low-fat options.
Enjoy a drink with your dinner — 22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar has a full bar to serve up a glass of wine, beer, or more.
22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar is kid-friendly, so little ones are welcome to tag along.
Big groups always enjoy coming to 22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar.
22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar is the perfect spot to enjoy a great meal outside (weather permitting).
Enjoy the vibe here with a business casual dress code.
You can also serve food from 22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar at your next party — the restaurant offers catering.
Dining out isn't your only option here — pickup is available, too.
22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar is centrally located near many parking lot options.
Your tab at 22nd Street Landing Seafood Grill and Bar will usually run to about $30 per guest.