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Oahu Deep Sea Dive

Plunge into the ocean depths on this excursion, where you’ll explore several shipwrecks and see stunning tropical fish. The dive itself, which is designed for advanced open water divers, isn’t for the faint of heart or novice.

Location: Oahu, HI

Duration: 7 hours

Honolulu, HI
Code: 1135946
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Cut through the ocean water and down into the ruins of sunken ships on this 2-tank dive off of Oahu’s coast. You’ll plunge to depths of over 80 ft. on the first dive, then finish with a shallower one (30-60 ft.).

Because this is a fairly difficult expedition, in order to participate, you must be an advanced open water diver with recent (and documented) deep diving experience. Those who aren’t interested in diving or able to participate, however, can still have tons of fun on board the ship. All guests can enjoy snacks and drinks, as well as complimentary access to masks, snorkels, and fins.

Please note that the specific dive sites may vary according to water and weather conditions. Nevertheless, all divers will have the chance to see some of Oahu’s many famous wrecks.
Starting Time(s):
Daily: 06:15 AM

  • Transportation to and from the boat harbor
  • Complimentary pick-ups and drop-offs from hotels in Waikiki
  • Snacks and beverages on board the boat
  • Professional dive guides

Not Included:
  • Dive Gear (can be rented)
  • Gratuity

Additional Information:
Two-tank dives comprised of one deep dive (80-110 ft) and one shallow dive (30-60 ft).
Suitable for: Advanced Open Water divers or divers with recent documented deep diving experience.
Dive sites vary depending on conditions, but we try and visit one of Oahu's famous wrecks on these charters.
You will need a swimming suit, towel, sunscreen, sunglasses, dry clothes to change into, and any other personal items you may need on the boat throughout the day. Also, if you own any dive or snorkeling gear that you'd like to use, please bring that as well.
Keep in mind that space on dive boats is limited, so we recommend keeping all of your things in a small backpack or day bag.
If you're a certified diver, please bring your certifcation card and logbook (if you have one).
We recommend waiting at least 18 hours between the end of your last dive and when your flight leaves.