NITROX DIVE TOUR
This tour is specifically geared toward newly certified as well as experienced divers who are not Nitrox Certified but who would like to try it. Nitrox is basically air with a higher oxygen content. Because of this, diving with Nitrox helps to reduce nitrogen build up in the blood and thus reducing no decompression limits and decompression sickness. Although this is not a certification course, if divers interested in earning the Nitrox certification are afforded the opportunity take earn their Nitrox certification.
How Long is the Tour?
Plan on spending roughly 4 hours for your trip. This includes being picked up, travelling to the destination, boarding the boat, the dive briefing, putting on gear, diving, the debriefing, taking off the gear, and next being transported back to our shop or to your hotel. For the dives themselves, you have the option of either choosing to dive from 8:00 A.M to 11:00 A.M. or from 11:30 A.M. to 2:30 P.M. The morning dive includes one deep dive down to the infamous Sea Tiger shipwreck followed by a ’40 reef dive. Our after noon dives consist of two shallow reef dives with one being at the notorious Turtle Canyon, famous for its conglomeration of Sea Turtles.
How much does it cost?
Two Tank Shore Dives – $125.00
Two Tank Boat Dives – $150.00
Boat Passenger or snorkeler – $65.00
Other Adventures to consider:
• Rent a camera
• Take a PADI Dive Specialty such as Peak Performance Buoyancy or Digital Underwater Photography.
AFTER THE DIVE
Just relax! Your Dive Master or Scuba Instructor will break down your gear and load it up for you. If you’d like to log your dive with us as proof of having dove in Hawaii, be sure to come back to the store so that we can put our fancy Oceanus Divers store-stamp in your logbook.
THINKING ABOUT TAKING CLASS?
If you are thinking about taking another scuba diving class to improve your expertise, we have many to choose from. Check out our scuba diving course or our specialty courses or our professional certification courses to learn more about what we have to offer the public.
Changing the ocean one diver at a time.