Waikiki Night Scuba Dive

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Are you ready for a Waikiki night scuba dive? 

This Waikiki night dive takes you to choose between incredible dive sites. Have a once-in-a-lifetime experience by going scuba diving at night at Waikiki. 
We have sixteen incredible dive sites available for you to pick from, and we are able to accommodate both certified divers and novices.

The dive spots you can choose from are:
Turtle Canyon:
Turtle Canyon is a turtle spot off the coast of Waikiki where we frequently see 10 to 20 turtles on a single dive. The maximum depth is 35 feet. This is a collection of reef fingers teeming with life. This is enjoyable for everyone, including snorkelers. Even the most experienced divers will be astounded on a clear day. Turtle Canyons is such a large site that even two dives will not cover it all. This is a calm site that is ideal for beginners.
Koko Crater: 
Koko Crater is a fantastic dive site for both certified divers and beginners! It has a maximum depth of forty feet. The Koko Craters are a series of underwater craters formed by the eruption of Koko Head. This is a Hawaii Green Sea Turtle cleaning station. Some consider it the world's turtle capital. Capt. Chris's favorite shallow dive site is Koko Craters because he has seen everything from humpback whales to monk seals come by at some point. Nothing beats showing a first-time diver a whale, dolphin, or monk seal, he says. With a sand bottom 30′-40′ deep and several craters, this is an excellent beginner to novice scuba diving site. Several green sea turtles that live in the area rest here. Soldierfish schools and friendly large puffers
Angler Reef: 
Octopus heaven and spotted eagle rays can be found at Angler Reef. The maximum depth at this dive site is forty feet. Anglers' is a straight ledge that lasts as long as a tank does. Frogfish are common in this area. The abundance of large octopuses is our favorite.
Hawaii Loa Ridge: 
When clear, Hawaii's Loa Ridge is a gem. This dive site is in a place where visibility is often poor, but when it is crystal clear, it is beautiful. This is a series of large craters as well. The craters are slightly larger than those of Koko. There are tons of fish and the occasional great white tip!!! This is a fantastic dive that can be enjoyed by both novice and experienced divers.
Portlock Reef: 
Beginner to intermediate, 35′-50′. A wall is covered with hard coral. Here you can find moray eels, goatfish, and octopus.
Intermediate to advanced 45′-55′ wall dive with corals and a variety of butterflyfish.
When it comes to wrecks in Hawaii, this is our hidden treasure. The maximum depth is 107 feet. The pilot noticed the needle in the plane's fuel gauge was falling during a training exercise in Pearl Harbor in 1948. He continued the flight, thinking the gauge was broken, as it was all the time back then. However, the engine soon began to sputter, and he went down. He landed perfectly on the water. The pilot was unharmed, and the plane is in excellent condition. When you get down there, look at the plane's propeller to see how it was bent during the impact. This is without a doubt Captain Chris' favorite wreck! He says he has seen everything, like monk seals, big sharks, and humpback whales scratching themselves on the mooring ball. Capt. Eric was also present for this experience.
One of Captain Adam's favorite spots. The maximum depth is 40 feet. Pawaa is a large crater with a ledge leading to the Koko Craters. In many ways, they are similar sites. In a small area, we have a dense population of fish and turtles. We don't have to travel far to see it, which is ideal for beginners.
FantaSea Reef: 
Capt. Chris and Capt. Dan's favorite dive on the island is FantaSea Reef. They've been spearfishing there since they were 18 years old. You'll be diving at a maximum depth of about 60 feet here. On Oahu, you'll find the best coral formations and the largest fish. We're talking about near-perfect conditions beneath the surface. There's a reason why this website is so lovely. This location is only for experienced divers. Currents frequently cause choppy conditions. When the stars align and the wind is calm, the Submariner arrives.
Baby Barge: 
This wreck is a sunken barge that was sunk to promote the growth of fish and coral. The deepest point is 85 feet. What makes the barge so appealing is that it is situated on a shelf rich in marine life. The mini barge is home to whitetip sharks, and during whale season, all you can hear is whales, whales, whales singing their hearts out. Captain Nick's favorite wreck!!!
The LST was sunk to aid in the growth of fish and coral. The maximum depth is 90 feet. Because it is upside down, this barge is often referred to as the "upside-down barge." Under the wreck, there is a big open space where sharks often gather, which makes for some beautiful lighting.
Sea Tiger
The Sea Tiger can be found about a quarter-mile south of Kewalo Basin. The maximum depth is 130 feet, but it is usually restricted to 100 feet. In 1992, ninety-three illegal Chinese immigrants were discovered aboard the Yun Fong Seong No. 303, a 168-foot ship. Its five crew members were imprisoned, and the boat was seized. It was sold to a Vietnamese fisherman in 1994, who renamed it the Sea Tiger. Following the coast guard's repeated fines According to the fisherman, he quickly abandoned it in Honolulu Harbor. The Sea Tiger was The Voyager Submarines purchased the submarine for $1 and sank it in 1999. It is Oahu's deepest recreational wreck. However, because it is close to shore and usually in calm water, it is a great dive all year.
YO-257: The depth of this wreck ranges from 65 to 115 feet. This is a favorite among the crew. Everyone enjoys diving at the YO. It was commissioned in 1944 and served as a fueling ship for other Navy vessels at sea during World War II and the Korean War. It was 174 feet long and carried 250,000 gallons of fuel. This ship carries a large gun on the stern in addition to fuel, and the mount is clearly visible on the stern. The ship was decommissioned and mothballed in Guam sometime in the 1950s. Atlantis Submarines sank the ship in 1989 as a marine life habitat. Thank you very much, Atlantis. Not only is the YO a fantastic wreck, but if the conditions are right and the air is plentiful, you can swim about 40 yards over to San Pedro, which is located next to her. When you do this, you will have a fantastic time that you will remember for the rest of your life. Diving two fantastic wrecks in one dive!
San Pedro:
San Pedro has a maximum depth of 85 feet. The San Pedro is located next to the YO. The length of this wreck is 111 feet. She was built in Japan and is now owned and operated by a Korean fishing company. The ship caught fire off South Point in 1975 while transporting bait, food, and other cargo to a fishing fleet. Even though the ship was in bad shape, it was towed to Keehi Lagoon and anchored there for almost 20 years until it sank in the harbor. In 1996, Atlantis submarines once again saved the day by sinking the vessel for us to enjoy. We have the best chance of seeing white-tipped reef sharks at this dive site. If we are running late, the Atlantis submarine will buzz us while we are underwater.
Nautilus Reef:
The maximum depth at Nautilus Reef is 40 feet. This is a large reef dive just outside of the Kewalo basin. This dive is ideal as a follow-up to the Sea Tiger or as an afternoon dive with our beginners or students. Octopuses and large eels are frequently found here. This is one of the few places where you can see a larger Mu school.
Horseshoe Reef - Kewalo Pipe:
Kewalo Pipe is a massive construction site. Depths range from 30 to 60 feet depending on where we tie up. This location is centered on an old storm drain that runs from the beach to a massive coral bed in 60 feet of water. Large schools of barracuda, as well as the largest moray eels, frequently congregate at the pipe's end. On the east side, there is a horseshoe reef with plenty of life, and on the west side, there is Bob's bunker. Marco's favorite shallow dive by far. He'll make your head spin diving around this site with him, one thing after another.



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