Craters -- These ledges of these volcanic craters
are home to several species of tropical fish, eels, and octopus.
There is also almost always a photographic opportunity with
the endangered Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle . 40
Anglers' Reef -- Here you will find a long ledge
between 2 to 4 feet high. Many fish congregate along the ledge
and Spotted Eagle Rays frequent this sight. 45
Sea Cave -- This is a double layer cave. As you
approach you see a large cave above the water. 40 feet below
lies a connecting cave. Here you can see many different nudibranchs and
possibly a resident white-tip reef shark. After
exiting the cave you will drift along a beautiful wall. In one
direction there are many rare beautiful fish. In the other direction
you will see large coral gardens. Weather conditional.
Mini Barge -- This small barge was sunk in the right spot for
a dive. Just below the barge is a cave. LARGE Hawaiian
Green Sea Turtles can be seen resting at the mouth of
the cave. If conditions are right you may get a chance to visit
a large undercut where a few white-tip reef sharks are
known to sleep . 65-85 feet
Palea Point -- Due to ocean conditions this sight is a rarity.
When you can dive here you can see schooling surgeonfish, lush
coral gardens, and an eyeful of fish. This is considered one of
the best dive sites on the island of Oahu. Average 60 feet
Corsair -- In 1946 this WW2 fighter plane run out fuel
on a training mission and was ditched into the ocean. The only
regularly visited wreck on Oahu that was not intentionally sunk,
this plane sits in 107 feet of water and is
home to the majestic Hawaiian Garden Eels.
Spitting Cave -- This drift along a wall is one
of our favorites. Here you can see a very large diversity of marine
life! From the red cup coral and frogfish,
to the turtles, this dive is a winner. Average
dive depth 50 feet.