4 Hours
Duration
Kaka’ako
Location
Included
Pick Up
12:00PM
Tour Times

Shipwrecks are portals to the past and offer a unique window to a different kind of underwater world. Hawaiian tropical reefs teem with diverse marine life and are breathtaking dive sites. Hawaiian sea turtles, spotted eagle rays, white and black tip reef sharks, and a vast assortment of unique tropical fish and eels make Oahu diving an experience to remember.

What to expect:
Our wreck/reef dive offers a deep plunge to a legendary shipwreck and a shallow dive to Oahu’s enchanting natural reefs. We’ll take you on a scenic boat ride, where you can sit back, relax and enjoy watching for dolphins, turtles and spectacular views of Honolulu. When it comes time to dive, get ready for an exhilarating underwater experience.

Here’s a quick rundown of the dive sites we visit:

USS YO257

About a mile off shore with Diamond Head crater in the background rests the wreck of the YO257. This old World War II Navy ship is one of the island’s most popular dive sites. She is resting upright at about 95ft. Holes have been cut through-out the ship making easy access to some of the interior cabins.

The San Pedro

White-tip Sharks and Hawaiian sea turtles frequently visit this old Korean fishing vessel, just 50 yards from the YO-257. Keep an eye out for the mini submarines, too.

The Sea Tiger

Made famous by the book The Hunt for the Sea Tiger by Captain Mac, she is one of Hawaii’s newest wrecks. Hundreds of colorful reef fish, eels and sea turtles have made homes on this 168-foot Chinese merchant ship.

Rainbow Reef

This brightly colored coral reef is home to hundreds of tropical reef fish as well as several large sea turtles.

Ewa Pinnacles

Two large lava formations rise up from the ocean floor in this uniquely magnificent dive site. Because we’re one of the only boats to dive this site, we’re familiar with the sharks, eels and turtles that frequent this spot.

Moe’s Reef

Get a rare and intimate glimpse of turtles in their natural environment. Honolulu Scuba Company is the only boat to dive to this site, where sea turtles come to clean their shells with the help of the reef fish. You’ll likely see at least 15 turtles on top of the reef.

What to bring:
Swimsuit, sunscreen, towel, waterproof camera. We provide all the diving gear and equipment, but feel free to bring your wetsuit if you prefer. (Snacks and refreshments are FREE.)

 

Highlights

  • Two Boat dives on an Oahu shipwreck and a shallow reef site.
  • Dive Certification required.
  • A Certified Dive Professional guides all dives.

 

Know Before You Book

  • You must be 15 or older
  • You must be in good overall health to participate.
  • If you are pregnant, you may not take part.
  • It is a safety requirement that you do not fly for 12 hours before or after you participate in this activity; please plan your activity accordingly.

PLEASE NOTE: Please review this document.
If you answer YES to any of the questions on the waiver please obtain physicians approval with signature and bring with you to dive.

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Tour Reviews

5.00 based on 1 review
August 3, 2017

Going on a shore diving experience with never quite my style. With this to tank adventure I was able to see more of the environment and try out diving at a few depths.

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