Scuba Diving Oahu - H2O Watersports in Honolulu, HI

377 Keahole St. #E103Honolulu, Oahu, HI 96825
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Overview

Offered by SeaBreeze Watersports, Scuba Diving Oahu features exciting scuba experiences for up to four and a half hours (including transportation and training). Each experience is located in Maunalua Bay and features PADI®-licensed instructors, dive gear and safety equipment, a safety briefing, complimentary round-trip transportation to and from Waikiki hotels, photo opportunities, and more.

Description

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SeaBreeze is a PADI® Resort Facility and we proudly feature PADI® licensed instructors.

All our dives are done aboard a 48 foot dive platform. Our dive sites are located in Maunalua Bay and known for green sea turtles, friendly fish and colorful marine life.

The dive depth is 35 feet and each dive is fully escorted. Upon arrival all participants must complete a medical statement.

Beginning divers receive complete instruction from experienced PADI instructors that include the basic skills and techniques of diving. The newest and safest methods in diving are used as we introduce the beginner to the water with a maximum of 4 divers per instructor.

EXCURSION TIMES & CHECK-IN:

Scuba Diving is available Monday thru Saturday departing from Hawaii Kai Center.

The total time with transportation is approximately 3 1/2 hours. (4-1/2 hours with two dives)

Guests are picked up from their Waikiki hotels at either 8:00 am or 9:00 am.

The following is the time schedule for scuba diving:
  • 20 minute instructional period.

  • 20 minute preparation and practice with dive gear.

  • 20 minute underwater time per dive per location.

SCUBA DIVING INCLUDES:
  • Free round trip transportation to and from Waikiki hotels.

  • A safety briefing and scenic ride aboard a transfer vessel to your dive site in beautiful Maunalua Bay.

  • All dive gear and related safety equipment.

  • Approximately 20 minutes touring the underwater world per dive.

  • Great photo opportunities of the Hawaii Kai coastlines and the Koolau Mountain Range!

  • Guests should wear swimsuits as they will get wet.

  • Participants must be in good health.

  • Pregnant Women may not participate.

  • You must allow 12 hours between diving and flying.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Scuba Diving Oahu - H2O Watersports

Are the instructors licensed?
Yes. Scuba Diving Oahu is a PADI® Resort and all instructors are PADI® licensed.

What will I see while scuba diving?
All dives take place in Maunalua Bay which boasts sea turtles, vibrant fish, and additional marine life.

What safety precautions are taken to protect divers?
All divers must complete a medical statement before beginning training. Training includes 20 minutes of instructions and 20 minutes of thorough practice and preparation with the dive gear on. Throughout training, our licensed instructors will be giving personal attention to all participants to ensure complete safety. Our instructors teach the safest and newest diving techniques to all participants. In addition, all scuba gear and equipment meets the highest standards of safety.

Are the dives guided?
Yes. Throughout each dive, participants will be escorted by one of our licensed instructors.

How far will we dive?
Dive depth is 35ft.

How long will we be underwater?
Each dive is approximately 20 minutes long.

Are there any health restrictions?
Yes. In order to participate, divers must be of good health. Pregnant women are not allowed to participate.

Is transportation available?
Yes. Participants will be picked up from their hotel at either 8:00am or 9:00am.

How long is the entire excursion?
Including the transportation to and from your hotel, the entire activity is approximately 3.5 hours long.