SHORE DIVE TOUR
Don’t waste your time swimming around in circles. Come dive with Oceanus! We have the most knowledgeable instructors on the island. Diving with one of our local instructors has many benefits other than being dove underwater. The Scuba Instructor will show you the fascinating spots of the dive site. In addition, he or she will manage all of your gear so you don’t have to worry about breaking it down, putting it together, or cleaning it after each dive.
HOW MUCH IS THE TOUR?
Our basic two tank dive tour from shore is $110.00. This is includes your scuba rental gear and tanks. Considering a full set of rental gear alone costs $50.00 per day, this is great bargain.
Divers wishing to make a reservation can do so by calling the store, sending an email, or by clicking the BOOK NOW button above. To make a reservation, all divers are required to
(1) be at least 12 years of age and be a certified Junior Open Water Scuba Diver (requires a parent signature and permission)
And (2) Submit (a) a Medical Questionnaire, (b) an Assumption of Liability Release form, and (c) a Rental Gear Agreement form
WHERE WILL WE TAKE YOU?
We are surrounded by water, so you can literally go diving just about anywhere on Oahu. That said, however, we only take our guests diving at the best locations. Some of the places we go diving are
(a) HANAUMA BAY NATURE PRESERVE — KAIMUKI
Because Hanauma Bay is a nature preserve, new guests are required to watch a 9 minute video that tells you about the 400 varietys of local fish that inhabit the bay as well as explains the importants of respecting and preserving the bay.
(b) KAHE POINT BEACH PARK a.k.a ELECTRIC BEACH — WAIANAE
Kahe Point Beach Park is a State Park located on the Wayward side of Oahu. It sits next to the Farrington Highway across from the Hawaiian Electric Kahe Powerplant. Hence the nickname “Electric Beach.” The beach entry lies only a short distance from the parking lot. The site is popular among snorkelers, skin divers and scuba divers because of the abundance of marine animals the congregate at the end of pipes that come ouf the sand at about 24 feet deep.
(c) MAGIC ISLAND — WAIKIKI
Magic Island is a small man-made peninsula in Honolulu, Hawaii, adjacent to Ala Moana Beach Park and the Ala Wai Yacht Harbor. It was created in 1964 as the site of a resort complex, but was subsequently converted to a park. The name was changed to “Aina Moana,” but the new name Magic used infrequently. The inside pool like area of Magic Island is frequented by scuba divers on a daily basis. Boxed Jellies, Moray Eels, and Moa Spotted Boxed fish and other marine life can spotted living here. Whereas on the outside of area of Magic Island offers more aquatic life in which divers often encounter Hawaii’s Green Turtles.
(d) SHARKS COVE — NORTH SHORE
Located at the northern part of Pupukea Beach Park, Shark’s Cove is a marine life sanctuary that got its name from a popular folk story that avers when seen from the sky, the cove’s outline looks like a shark. With an abundance of sea-life organisms, Shark’s Cove is a fantastic dive and snorkeling site. In fact, it is perhaps the most frequented snorkeling and scuba diving location in all of the North Shore. The cove is home to Sea turtles, Morays, lobsters, Day Octopus, Eagle Rays, Pennant Bannerfishes, Bullethead Parrotfish, Black Spotted Pufferfish, Threadfin Butterfish, and numerous species that can be seen in as little as 3 to 5 feet. There are many lava tube swim-throughs, a few caverns, and many narrow canyons for divers to enjoy.
WHY DIVE WITH OCEANUS?
Dive with new gear! Rental gear is included with every dive trip, so you don’t have to bring your own gear or pay for rental gear. Oceanus Divers is an authorized PADI Diving Center. Verify us at https://apps.padi.com/scuba-diving/dive-shop-locator/ under All PADI stores nearby. And, we are conveniently located within walking distance of Waikiki. Just walk East on Kalakaua Avenue until you reach Makaloa Street. At the light take a left. We are 3 doors down across the street from the Palama Super Market.
Other Adventures to consider:
• Dive on Nitrox for just $15.00 extra for each tank. No certification is necessary. Afterwards if you’d like to become a certified Nitrox diver, let us know. All you have to do is pay the difference of $160.00, complete the e-Learning–and voila–you’ll be a certified Nitrox diver!
• Renting a camera for just $15 a day
AFTER THE DIVE
Relax! Your Dive Master or Scuba Instructor will break down your gear, load it up, and clean it for you at no extra charge. 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 OF TAKING CLASS?
If you are thinking about taking another scuba diving course to improve your expertise, we have many to choose from. Check out our scuba diving courses or our specialty courses or our professional certification courses to learn more about the kool options available to you at Oceanus Divers.