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Wild Blue is a Family Company


Wild Blue Adventures is family owned and operated. We have been guiding kayaking trips at the Channel Islands longer than any company in the area. 

Our adventure vessel, the Sunfish, has been specially designed for kayaking supported adventures at Anacapa Island.


When you want to go wild… go Wild Blue!

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A great time!

Even though it was a foggy day, we had a great time. The boat crew was great and friendly. Garrett the guide was knowledgeable and friendly. He even saved a pelican-"Birdie Sanders" .

– Denise W | TripAdvisor
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HIGHLY RECOMMEND

LOVED IT! Truly an amazing experience that I will never forget. Awesome crew, wonderful day, all around great time. I hope to do it again some day!

– Alicia | TripAdvisor
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Another great day kayaking with Blue Ocean

We had a great day at Anacapa with Garrett, Jordan and the rest of the crew. We paddled for about 3 hours but it is not too strenuous, so if you are wondering if you can do it, you probably can! Thank you, Blue Ocean Crew!

– TAD | TripAdvisor
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Great Family Day Adventure

We had the BEST first time kayaking experience with Blue Ocean. Garret and his crew are great! The Anacapa tour is something special... we all loved it! It was a perfect day for our family. We highly recommend!

– Allyson Arons | TripAdvisor

The Wild Blue Project


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From 1% to 10%…

Less than 1% of the earth’s oceans are protected and a recent study indicated that there is no part of the ocean that is untouched by humans. In order to preserve the delicate and beautiful ecosystems in our planet’s blue water, a global effort to establish an ocean wilderness is overdue.

What is an ocean wilderness area? In the Channel Islands National Park there are a series of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) surrounding portions of each island. These areas are closed to fishing and hunting, both commercial and recreational. They are still open for diving and kayaking and general boating, but the impact on the ecosystem is limited since you cannot fish in these areas.

The Wild Blue Project educates children in marine protected areas and establishes advocate groups around the world that lobby their local governments to establish similar wilderness areas.

What if we protected the oceans in the same way Yosemite or Yellowstone?

Let’s shoot for 10% Wild Blue oceans!