NOVICE DIVE CHARTERS
SCHEDULE: 11:30 AM to 2:00 PM
Great for beginners, Open Water Classes, divers who haven’t been diving for awhile, and anyone looking for an easy dive. Dives sites will not exceed 50ft. Sites include Turtle Canyon, Nautilus Reef, Horse Shoe Reef, The Kewalo Pipeline, and Mario World. Novice dive charters are best suited for Open Water divers with a minimum of 5 dives.
Take the the stress out of diving, and enjoy a guided boat dive with one of our professional Dive Masters or Scuba Instructors. The first dive is at Turtle Reef where you will be introduced to the endangered Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle. This reef is teaming with all of the local Hawaiian fish, and it is not uncommon for divers to see White Tipped Reef Sharks hanging around under the reef ledges. The second dive is usually done at Horse Shoe Reef or its adjacent artificial and mysterious reef– the Kewalo Pipeline. During this dive you’re most likely to be taken down and shown the end of the Kewalo Pipeline where schools of fish tend to conglomerate and linger.
ADVANCED DIVE CHARTERS
SCHEDULE: 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Great for experienced divers and Advanced Open Water Classes. Dive site depths range between 60ft and 120ft. They include the shipwrecks YO257 and Sea Tiger. Advanced dive charters are suited for advanced (or superior trained) divers with a minimum of 25 dives with the most recent dive being less than one year. Proof of certification required.
Tired of diving the same reefs? Perhaps a shipwreck is more down your anchor line? Dive with us down to 100′ onto the mysterious Sea Tiger shipwreck or down to 90′ onto the YO257 and San Pedro shipwrecks on your first dive. Then do one more dive with us at the Horse Shoe Reef and Kewalo Pipeline.
Guided Dive Tour – $145.00
Diving with a Buddy – $125.00
Boat Passengers or snorkelers – $65.00
HOW DO I SIGN UP?
To sign up for boat dives, we require all divers to
(1) submit a Diving Excursion Application form
(2) be at least 12 years of age – requires a parent’s signature and legal guardian chaperone
(3) fill out and submit (a) a Medical Questionnaire, (b) an Assumption of Liability Release form, and (c) a Rental Gear Agreement form
THINKING ABOUT TAKING A 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.