Dive Tour

Shipwreck Dives

Dive Tour

Shipwreck Dives

3.5 Hours
Duration
15+
Minimum Age
All Year
Availability

Oahu is known for its variety of wreck dives. From massive fishing trollers, to minesweepers, or WWII planes, we’ve got it all. These underwater structures also provide host to a plethora of amazing marine life! Ancient green sea turtles come to rest on the decks, colossal moray eels peek out from vents, while sharks and rays swim around the bottoms to create a truly remarkable dive.

What To Bring Swimwear, Towels, Reef Safe Sunscreen
What's Included Instructor, Equipment, Snacks & Drinks
Additional Notes Please allow adequate travel time. Check GPS and maps.

From the Pros

Best for divers comfortable diving to 100ft/30 meters.

Dive sites are chosen each day based on weather and water conditions, requests for specific sites will be noted.

Click the flags to view the location.

Honolulu Kailua Kahuku Haleiwa Kapolei Waipahu Oahu

Corsair

Description goes here….

LCU

60-80ft (18-25m)

LCU stands for Landing Craft Unit. This is another great wreck on the west side of the island. Though it is new and the growth is still sparse there is still lots to occupy your time here.  Aside from the ship, over a hundred z blocks were scattered and now house white tip reef sharks, trumpet fish, and more.

Mahi Minesweeper

70 to 90ft (20-27m)

Though this wreck was sunk on purpose to create an artificial reef, you would think it was in battle! Originally a Navy minesweeper, this ship was thrashed by two different storm years apart, finally completely ripping her clean in half. The main attraction here is the frequent spotted eagle rays. As many as 3 dozen strong have been reported here. There is also huge schools of blue line snapper, octopus, eels, and occasionally a very large barracuda.

San Pedro

60 to 100ft (18-30m)

Description goes here….

SeaTiger

80 to 130ft (25-40m)

This is an advanced dive as it claims the title for deepest recreational wreck on the island. Originally a fishing vessel, this ship was sank in 1996 by a submarine company for its tours. However, shortly after the company closed and the site quickly became a must dive for locals and visitors. Large schools of pyramid butterflyfish, massive sea turtles, and white tip sharks frequent this wreck.

YO-257

60 to 100ft (18-30m)

Description goes here….

Honolulu, Waikiki Diving
Honolulu, Waikiki Diving
Honolulu, Waikiki Diving
Honolulu, Waikiki Diving
Honolulu, Waikiki Diving
Honolulu, Waikiki Diving
Honolulu, Waikiki Diving
Honolulu, Waikiki Diving

Tour Details

3.5 Hours
Duration
15+
Minimum Age
All Year
Availability

Oahu is known for its variety of wreck dives. From massive fishing trollers, to minesweepers, or WWII planes, we’ve got it all. These underwater structures also provide host to a plethora of amazing marine life! Ancient green sea turtles come to rest on the decks, colossal moray eels peek out from vents, while sharks and rays swim around the bottoms to create a truly remarkable dive.

What To Bring Swimwear, Towels, Reef Safe Sunscreen
What's Included Instructor, Equipment, Snacks & Drinks
Additional Notes Please allow adequate travel time. Check GPS and maps.

From the Pros

Best for divers comfortable diving to 100ft/30 meters.

Dive sites are chosen each day based on weather and water conditions, requests for specific sites will be noted.

Dive Locations

Click the flags to view the location.

Honolulu Kailua Kahuku Haleiwa Kapolei Waipahu Oahu

Corsair

Description goes here….

LCU

60-80ft (18-25m)

LCU stands for Landing Craft Unit. This is another great wreck on the west side of the island. Though it is new and the growth is still sparse there is still lots to occupy your time here.  Aside from the ship, over a hundred z blocks were scattered and now house white tip reef sharks, trumpet fish, and more.

Mahi Minesweeper

70 to 90ft (20-27m)

Though this wreck was sunk on purpose to create an artificial reef, you would think it was in battle! Originally a Navy minesweeper, this ship was thrashed by two different storm years apart, finally completely ripping her clean in half. The main attraction here is the frequent spotted eagle rays. As many as 3 dozen strong have been reported here. There is also huge schools of blue line snapper, octopus, eels, and occasionally a very large barracuda.

San Pedro

60 to 100ft (18-30m)

Description goes here….

SeaTiger

80 to 130ft (25-40m)

This is an advanced dive as it claims the title for deepest recreational wreck on the island. Originally a fishing vessel, this ship was sank in 1996 by a submarine company for its tours. However, shortly after the company closed and the site quickly became a must dive for locals and visitors. Large schools of pyramid butterflyfish, massive sea turtles, and white tip sharks frequent this wreck.

YO-257

60 to 100ft (18-30m)

Description goes here….

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Honolulu, Waikiki Diving
Honolulu, Waikiki Diving
Honolulu, Waikiki Diving
Honolulu, Waikiki Diving
Honolulu, Waikiki Diving
Honolulu, Waikiki Diving
Honolulu, Waikiki Diving

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