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Introductory Dives
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Introductory Dives
US$140.00
Overview

Join us for our Discover Scuba Diving program and learn the basic safety guidelines and skills needed to dive under the direct supervision of a PADI Professional.  Have fun swimming around and exploring while putting those key skills to use with an instructor on a shallow reef dive.   While not a scuba certification course, Discover Scuba Diving is a quick and easy introduction to what it takes to explore the underwater world.

On our late morning dive trip we visit two shallow reefs average depth of 40’ (12m) where we will find tons of reef fish (25% of which are endemic to Hawaii), eels, octopus, turtles, rays and even dolphins! If you are not certified you can join our Discover Scuba Diving program. In this program you will learn the basics of diving before an instructor takes you out in the ocean. There are medical requirements for diving, if you have questions, please call to discuss this before you book. 

What to Expect
Everything is Included!! no extra fees for gear rentals, or the boat, or anything else!
We start at the dock with a safety orientation where will teach you about scuba and what you need to be aware of to stay safe as well as how to have the most enjoyable time possible.
We load up the boat and depart when we are ready to go.  We never rush you to maintain a schedule, let's just have fun.
You will learn a couple quick skills in the water to help keep you safe, then we're off!  We'll explore the site together, your instructor will point out cool animals, all the while keeping an eye on you and the group.
After the first dive, we set up new tanks and do it all again.  That's right, TWO dives.  The second dive is often much better as you are now far more comfortable in the water.
After two great dives, we will return back to the slip just in time for an evening activity.
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Reviewed 3 June 2018
A Great Time

My wife and I recently did two introductory dives with Andrew and Dominic. They were great. I had done this once before many, many years ago. It was my wife's first time. Andrew was very patient and explained everything well. Another fellow on our trip...More

Thank Bigskylaw
Reviewed 16 May 2018 via mobile
Fun in the Sun (and water)

My wife and I went with a couple we are friends with and their son. Arrived pretty early, as we didn't know what traffic was going to be like since we were coming from the Western side of the island. Garth, one of our instructors,...More

Thank IchBinCarl
Reviewed 13 April 2018
TWO AMAZING DIVES

This post is a few months late as I kept putting it off but anyways. My gf and I went nervous at first but Susanna is a great instructor and really know her stuff.. we went diving in 2 different locations both at 40feet, saw...More

Thank Daniel B
Reviewed 12 March 2018
Susanna and Dominic were great!

This was my partner and my's first time trying scuba diving. Susanna was the lead instructor and Dominic assisted her. They both were lighthearted and fun, but informative and helpful. They really take you step-by-step to help you learn the basics and make sure you...More

Thank lancekruse1
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Reviewed 18 January 2018 via mobile
DOWN TO EARTH & PATIENT GROUP!

A friend and I went scuba diving with this company and had such a great first experience. Both Dominic & Garth were very patient individuals and made my scuba diving experience THE MAX !!Considering I am a non-swimmer, the patience was a HUGE deal to...More

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
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