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Top scuba destinations in the world – (Top 5)

Winter chill is setting in and it is starting to get cold out there with record low temperatures around North America caused by arctic blasts and freezing temperatures. Many scuba divers now begin to wonder how they can keep up with their passion for underwater exploration while others are not effected by the cold water and simply.. read more →

Maui Dive Site: First Cathedral

Great footage from Maui Scuba Dive site known as “First Cathedral” on the island of Lanai, just off the coast of Maui. read more →

Lahaina scuba diving

Ah, Lahaina, one of my most FAVORITE dive spots on Maui. Why? Here’s a quick list, the Top five reasons why I love to dive and provide SCUBA diving lessons in Lahaina, Maui. Wind! The west side of Maui is protected from the trade winds thanks to Kahalewai (West Maui Mountains), which allows us to.. read more →

Wreck Diving in Maui

Scuba diving plane wrecks can be fun and feel a lot like traveling through time. Check out this recent article from the maui news. WAILUKU – A World War II-era wreck off South Maui first documented in January has been identified as an SBC-2 Helldiver, ditched in Maalaea Bay on a training flight by a.. read more →

Best scuba diving destinations

Every year the Scuba Diving Magazine publishes the top ten dive destinations on the planet, it is something I look forward to reading, as there seems to be a new dive spot that I have yet to discover. SCUBA diving around the world, and planning scuba diving vacations is a fun way to see new.. read more →

Best Scuba Diving in Maui

Where is the best scuba diving locations on the island of Maui? We would like to hear from you, if you have dived on Maui and would like to cast your vote for the #1 Maui Dive Spot. Molokini comes to many peoples mind, however, you must factor in the costs associated with charter boats.. read more →

Black Rock

Black Rock is on the site of the Sheraton Hotel. This is a great diving location and easy to access. Also you can see cliff divers in diving off the rocks. This dive spot is located at the far end of Ka’anapali Beach. You’ll need to park in the public garage, and hike with equipment-on-back.. read more →


Mokule’ia is another great dive and snorkel site, but it’s a good hike down to the beach. A great place to spend the day with the kids, so bring a cooler with food and water. Directions: Travel North on Highway 31 until about mile mark 32.6. You can’t miss the bay off to your left. read more →

Honolua Bay

Honolua Bay offers a good experience for both snorkelers and divers. You may, however, be a little fatigued after the quarter mile hike down the private access road. But if you are up to it, you’ll find the dive rewarding. Directions: Travel North on Highway 31 until about mile marker 33. You’ll notice a small.. read more →