15 years and older
3.5 Hours
Kewalo Basin Harbor, Oahu
Tour Times

Oahu is known for its variety of wreck dives. From massive fishing trollers, to minesweepers, or WWII planes, we’ve got it all. These underwater structures also provide host to a plethora of amazing marine life! Ancient green sea turtles come to rest on the decks, colossal moray eels peek out from vents, while sharks and rays swim around the bottoms to create a truly remarkable dive.


  • Instructor
  • Equipment
  • Snacks & Drinks


  • Availability: Daily
  • Tour Times: 7:30 AM
  • Duration: 3 Hours 30 Minutes


  • Swimwear
  • Towels
  • Reef Safe Sunscreen


  • Participant must be 15 years and older
  • Dive is for Certified Divers (must present Certification)
  • Participant must be in good overall health to participate.
  • Participant must not be pregnant.
  • Participant must have good circulation and healthy, unblocked breathing.
  • Participant must be in good physical condition. If you have asthma, epilepsy, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, or have suffered a stroke, you will need a medical release form signed by your doctor to take part.
  • If you are taking antidepressants, or other potential contraindicated medications, you will need a medical release form signed by your doctor to take part.
  • If you have problems equalizing your ears, you should not take part.
  • All participants must complete electronic waivers prior to participation.

Location: Banzai Divers, Kewalo Basin, Pier B, Slip B-3.
Address: 1125 Ala Moana Blvd Honolulu, HI 96814
Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/8MQ3GxBSycRTPRiXA

Check-in: At Pier B, Slip B-3. Vessel’s name is “Kahala Kai”, white with yellow and green lettering.

Special Notes:

  • Dive sites are chosen each day based on weather and water conditions.
  • Please allow adequate travel time.

Activity Company: Banzai Divers Hawaii

Dives Sites:

Mahi Minesweeper – 70 to 90ft (20-27m)
Though this wreck was sunk on purpose to create an artificial reef, you would think it was in battle! Originally a Navy minesweeper, this ship was thrashed by two different storm years apart, finally completely ripping her clean in half. The main attraction here is the frequent spotted eagle rays. As many as 3 dozen strong have been reported here. There is also huge schools of blue line snapper, octopus, eels, and occasionally a very large barracuda.

SeaTiger – 80 to 130ft (25-40m)
This is an advanced dive as it claims the title for deepest recreational wreck on the island. Originally a fishing vessel, this ship was sank in 1996 by a submarine company for its tours. However, shortly after the company closed and the site quickly became a must dive for locals and visitors. Large schools of pyramid butterflyfish, massive sea turtles, and white tip sharks frequent this wreck.

YO-257 and San Pedro – 60 to 100ft (18-30m)
Enjoy this 2-for-1 special! Two unique shipwrecks sit only about 100ft/30m apart. When the conditions are just right, you can see the other wreck off in the distance. Great corals share the decks with large numbers of fish and several species of eels. These sites were also sunk by a submarine company, and they still frequent the area. If your lucky, you will see the long white sub pass around and between the two wrecks. Don’t get too close!

LCU – 60-80ft (18-25m)
LCU stands for Landing Craft Unit. This is another great wreck on the west side of the island. Though it is new and the growth is still sparse there is still lots to occupy your time here. Aside from the ship, over a hundred z blocks were scattered and now house white tip reef sharks, trumpet fish, and more.

Tour Reviews

5.00 based on 5 reviews
October 15, 2017

This is easily the most fantastic diving adventure I’ve ever been on. We saw so many fish and eels and exploring the wrecks was challenging but very fun. I loved every second of this experience.

February 1, 2018

Wreck diving in these warm waters is an incredible experience. We got to see some of the white tip sharks and many sea turtles over the day of adventure. Wreck diving is easily the best way to get great underwater photography like we did!

April 24, 2019

I have dived in a lot of places but this one made me see a lot of fishes and tons of sea turtles! Wreck dive is really one of the best dives!

April 24, 2019

Our guide brought us to a lot of dive sites! This is an amazing tour! Highly recommended!

April 24, 2019

I love the dive sites! Plus my family tagged along and enjoyed snorkeling. We all had fun!

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