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Hawaii Local Scuba Diving Information
Photos in Hawaii
Kona, HI Manta Ray
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Bis Island Hawaii, Manta Ray Dive
The house on the Big Island Hawaii
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Green Sea Turtle Kona Hawaii
Green Sea Turtle Hawaii
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Ed in Kauai
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Molokini Crater, Maui HI
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Dive Sites in Hawaii
Photo Comment
sandyw70 - Oct 13
I went scuba diving here on 9/19/2003. Average viz: 91-100ft/28-30m. Water temp: 81-85°F/27-29°C....
jdkeller - Oct 11
I went scuba diving here on 10/5/2016. Average viz: 51-60ft/16-18m. Water temp: 81-85°F/27-29°C. decent night dive. done solo so missed a bit of the reef staying close to the wall. lots of eels, even a shark...
jdkeller - Oct 11
I went scuba diving here on 10/4/2016. Average viz: 31-35ft/9-11m. Water temp: 81-85°F/27-29°C. a bit of silt covering the reef. had a couple turtles follow us around to get cleaned. saw a couple sharks trying to rest under the concrete slabs, so we ...
jdkeller - Oct 11
I went scuba diving here on 10/2/2016. Average viz: 61-70ft/19-21m. Water temp: 81-85°F/27-29°C. vis was outstanding. a semi drift dive....
jdkeller - Oct 11
I went scuba diving here on 10/2/2016. Average viz: 26-30ft/8-9m. Water temp: 76-80°F/24-27°C. due to excessive rain over the previous weeks led to more silt being built up in the bay. it cleared up near the mouth of the bay....
wuzaracer - Sep 7
youtube.com/watch?v=2xRaziMaoO8 video of what you can expect at Hanauma Bay...
Dive Clubs in Hawaii
Photo Club Name Location Club Members
Sea Dragon Divers Fort Shafter HI  20
Dive Bitches Oahu HI  10
Honolulu Dive Club Honolulu HI  6
O`ahu Dive Mob Honolulu HI  6
Island Divers Hawaii Dive Club Honolulu HI  3
Maui Mantas Kihei HI  2
Dive Oahu Honolulu HI  2
Friends of Kaimana Divers Honolulu HI  2
Big Island Divers kailua kona hi  1
Kona Reefers kailua kona hi  1
Articles about Hawaii
Shark Incidents On The Rise In Hawaii
Oahu_Dive_Medic - 7/15/2013 5:48 AM
This graphic depicts only confirmed unprovoked incidents, defined by the International Shark Attack File as “incidents where an attack on a live human by a shark occurs in its natural habitat without human provocation of the shark. Incidents involving…shark-inflicted scavenge damage to already dead humans (most often drowning victims), attacks on boats, and provoked incidents […]...
Divers assist a dolphin in need while night diving in Hawaii Divers assist a dolphin in need while night diving in Hawaii
Blade - 1/26/2013 4:02 PM
Earlier this month, while on an nighttime swim with manta rays off the coast of Hawaii, a group of divers were surprised to see a single Bottlenose dolphin approach and linger among them, though it appeared unable to swim normally. Only after the dolphin continued to circle near around him so insistently did diving instructor Keller Laros begin to realize the animal wasn’t merely being curious — it was actually asking them for help. The dolphin’s movements were restricted because it had become e...
Hawaii
Jenifur - 3/24/2010 5:17 PM
We are looking for a nice local place to stay in Hawaii as well as a dive shop. Any recommendations?...
Moving to Hawaii
csemenko - 8/18/2009 5:48 PM
I am being stationed in Hawaii (Oahu, Fort Shafter). I am looking for any advice for good places to dive, dive shops to hook up with, etc. Shore diving, boat diving, etc. You name it I need the details. I will have 3 years to see and dive it all. I am scheduled to arrive in early January 2010. Also, any places to avoid both diving and living. Any other input is appreciated too.Thanks....
Kauai, Hawaii
atmos6 - 6/18/2008 10:51 AM
I Just got back from a trip to Kauai diving off the Na Pali coast (Mana Cracks) and a few on the south shore. Overall it was a good time and the diving was pretty good with several gray reef sharks, an eagle ray and white tip reefies. Nudebranches and the endemic species like triggerfish and butterflyfish were also out with many of the local green sea turtles (several really big). The plankton bloom has begun and visibility was suffering a bit. Around 50-70 feet. But the word is out that whale s...
Hawaii Trip
hoofpick - 4/06/2008 5:22 PM
Just returned from my trip to Hawaii! Had a great time and wonderful diving with Maui Dive Shop! We dove the Wreck of the ST. Anthony and Red Rock on the first dive trip. I was great to see turtles again and the abundant marine life there. The wreck is at about 65 to 70 feet deep and is 65 feet long. Visibility was in the 85 foot range. OH and did I mention having the Humpback whales singing to us!!!! What a treat that was. Red Rock is on the Southern most end of Maui. We actually went around th...