Certified Waikiki Morning Wreck & Reef Two Tank Dive
Join a small group of certified divers for our morning excursion to two extraordinary sites, one deepwater dive to a shipwreck and a shallow dive to a natural reef.
Wherever you go, our crew will make sure you get the most out of your underwater adventure. Our divers have been lucky enough to see an endangered Hawaiian monk seal, a humpback whale, and some phenomenal coral formations. We’ll show you the best of Oahu’s underwater wildlife.
Tours depart from Kewalo Basin Harbor or Maunalua Bay, depending on your boat. We offer a complimentary roundtrip shuttle ride from your hotel.
Here are just a few of the dive sites we choose from:
• The Sea Tiger: This is the deepest recreational shipwreck in Oahu’s waters. Ask your guide about the boat’s intriguing history involving 93 Chinese immigrants.
• San Pedro: A Korean fishing company operated this boat back in the 1970s when it caught fire off South Point.
• YO-257: Rich with history, this boat had its glory days during World War II and the Korean War.
• Nautilus Reef: This is a prime location for octopuses and large eels.
• Kewalo Pipe/Horseshoe Reef: Beware of the large schools of barracuda and the largest morays around Oahu. They call this place home.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||424 Nahua Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96815|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Please arrive promptly 15-30 minutes before your adventure.
Complimentary roundtrip transportation within Waikiki.
|WHAT TO BRING||Swimsuit, sunscreen, towel, and a waterproof camera.
Please remember to bring your certification card
|WHATS INCLUDED||We provide all the diving gear and equipment but feel free to bring your wetsuit if you prefer.|
||We require 24 hours advanced notice of cancellation for a full refund. Please plan and reserve your dive schedules accordingly. Cancellation or changes made less than 24 hours in advance will incur all charges.|
|Certified Waikiki Morning Wreck & Reef Two Tank Dive|
At least 12 years old; able to carry 30lbs.
This adventure is operated by Waikiki Dive Center
How old do you have to be in order to dive?
You have to be at least 10 years old to dive, be comfortable in the water, and be able to carry 30 pounds on your back.
Will I experience motion sickness on the boat?
Seasickness affects everyone differently. If you’ve never been on the ocean, it’s probably a good idea to take some form of motion sickness remedies such as Dramamine or Bonine the night before and morning of your dive trip.
Can I cancel my reservation?
We have a 24-hour cancellation policy for a full refund. Please plan and reserve your dive schedules accordingly. Cancellation or changes made less than 24 hours in advance will incur all charges.
Do I have to be certified to scuba dive?
There is no scuba certification needed!!! The beginner dive tour (Discover Scuba Dive) is perfect for someone who wants to try scuba diving.