Casino Point (Avalon Underwater Park) is a marine preserve and you could swear the sea creatures are well aware of it. Perhaps it's the glass bottom boats feeding them every day to lure them closer for the tourists, or perhaps its years of protection that has been instilled in their genetics. Whatever the case, you'll find the sea life very curious and unafraid to approach or be approached by divers. You'll find a healthy dose of Pacific Coast sea life here at Casino Point, including; kelp fish, horn sharks, garibaldi, bass, opal eye, sea urchin, gorgonian, rock scallop, rock wrasse, sargo, senoritas, spiny lobster, treefish, anemone, sea cucumber, and much more. The Kimsset Wreck is a small sail boat that has been sunk at Casino Point.
This unique card provides detailed depiction of the Kimsset Wreck. Each waterproof card is printed on both sides, made of durable PVC plastic and is designed to be taken on the dive. They are also 3-hole punched to fit in standard log books.