Scuba diving Honolulu, Hawaii

Scuba diving Honolulu, Hawaii
Diving in Honolulu, Hawaii

Friday, August 22, 2008

Hawaii scuba, Oahu scuba lessons

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The Honolulu South Shore provides us with some of the most exciting shipwreck scuba diving on Oahu. The dive sites are close to Waikiki so the boat ride is fast and easy.

Kewalo Basin Harbor schedule

7:30am - 11:00am - Two Tank/Two dive sites - Shipwreck scuba dive site then a reef scuba dive site

11:00am - 3:00pm - Two Tank/Two different Shallow reef scuba dive sites

Sea TigerThe Sea Tiger is the deepest ship wreck on the island. It was sunk as an artificial reef in 1999, is 189 feet long, and is thriving with marine life. It rests in 122 feet of water.

YO-257 WreckThe YO-257 is arguably the most exciting ship wreck to dive. There are actually two ship wrecks to see at this site: The San Pedro (80 feet long) rests only 30 meters from the YO-257 (190 feet long). This is definitely a two-for-one dive. You can expect to see white-tip reef sharks, eagle rays, and even get your picture taken by the occupants of the Atlantis Submarine. That's right, the tourists will be inside the submarine looking out at you. Maximum depth is 107 feet.

Kewalo Basin PipeThis site provides you with easy navigation and the opportunity to see the elusive dragon eel. There is an abundance of aquatic life to observe and photograph. Maximum depth is 60 feet.

Nautical Reef This is a horseshoe-shaped reef with a resident white-tip reef shark. You can expect to see eels, puffer fish, butterfly fish and green sea turtles. Maximum depth is 30 feet.

Turtle Reef This reef is teeming with green sea turtles, cleaner wrasse and eels. These lava fingers extend to and from the shore. It is easy to navigate and fun to conduct photography or just enjoy the friendly aquatic life. Maximum depth is 35 feet.


Monday, August 11, 2008

Hawaii scuba diving lessons - Advanced

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PADI Advanced scuba lessons on the island of Oahu. Scuba diving in Hawaii with daily boat charters and PADI open water scuba lessons & advanced certifications.

All Scuba diving courses are taught in Waikiki, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii by PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) certified instructors, who strictly adhere to safety and quality standards. Divers Alert Network insurance protection - DAN Student Membership Program for all entry level courses.

Check our Prices page for complete list of current course prices and our Frequently Asked Questions for more information.

Padi Courses for 2008:

Scuba Diver Course
In this one day scuba diving course you'll learn the basic skills for safe and fun recreational diving. Once certified, you'll be able to dive to 12 m / 40 ft with a with a profesional (divemaster or instructor) and obtain air fills, scuba equipment and services anywhere in the world.

Open water Diver Course - (Three options)
(1) In this three-day scuba diving course, you'll learn the essential skills for safe and fun recreational diving. Once certified, you'll be able to dive to 18 m / 60 ft with a buddy and obtain air fills, scuba equipment and services anywhere in the world.
(2) Open Water Referral scuba diving Course, You can maximize your time in Hawaii by doing the classroom and pool portion of the Open Water Diver course where you live. Bring a referral form signed by your instructor within one year, and we'll take you on 4 shallow boat dives over 2 days to complete your Open Water Diver certification.
(3) Express 2-Day PADI Open Water scuba diving Course For those on a tight schedule and on a mission to get certified can take advantage of our express, 2-day course. Be prepared to spend 8-10 hours each day to complete the training.

Advanced Open Water Course - (Two options)
(1)Two Day Advanced scuba diving Course: If you choose the 2 day course, we will do what we call double dip you at the second dive site. That means that we will do two 20 minute dives at the second dive site, rather than one long dive.
(2) Three Day Advanced scuba diving Course: This option gives you three days of diving, completeing 6 full length dives. You dive each site to the limits of your air consumption, or recreational dive limits. The sixth dive is a fun dive, since you will have completed the course by dive 5.