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SCUBA diving O’ahu 9 May 2022

Michelle Fischer wanted to DO IT LIKE IT SHOULD BE DONE! She called Honolulu Honu Divers to do just that. Sea Tiger was the wreck she conquered. Hawaiian Greensea turtle, a giant moray and a whitetip reef shark were just a few of the exciting creatures she encountered. Fish Bunker dive site was just as […]

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Discover SCUBA diving 7 May 2022

It was Jared Penner’s second ever SCUBA experience. I think he’s ready to get certified after this last excursion. Kewalo Pipe was the site. Hawaiian greensea turtle, Devil scorpionfish, and a beautiful little spotted eagleray came by for a look. Not certified? No problem. Honolulu Honu Divers accepts all levels of experience. Call today to […]

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Amazing first dive 6 May 2022

It was Johnny’s first dive after certification and Maria’s first dive ever. They both absolutely killed it. Nautilus Reef was the site. Although visibility wasn’t too great, they both saw a lot and had a blast. Give Honolulu Honu Divers a call for your very first underwater experience. All levels accepted.

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The Sea Tiger shipwreck O’ahu, Hi

Kimberly & Hannah Rivera were joined by their fellow dive buddy Jeff McWhorter to dive O’ahu’s beautiful water with Honolulu Honu Divers. Plenty of Hawaiian Green sea turtles, eels and schooling bluestripe snappers, and an abundance of endemic fish found only in the waters of Hawai’i. Call HHD today to book your amazing underwater adventure.

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O’ahu SCUBA diving 23 Apr 2022

Hawaiian Greansea turtles, Leaf scorpionfish, Harlequin shrimp, Porcupine pufferfish, Yellowmargin, Undulated, Dwarf, and Whitemouth moray eels. Just a few of the many critters local resident diver Cindy Hutchinson got to dive with this morning DOIN’ IT LIKE IT SHOULD BE DONE! with Honolulu Honu Divers. Call HHD today to book your underwater adventure with your […]

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SCUBA diving O’ahu 21 Apr 2022

Perris Hale said this wreck dive was the best he’s ever dived. So happy all the turtles and fishies listened to me when I asked they be there for him. YO257/San Pedro shipwrecks were full of sea life, as well as the shallow reef of Horeshoe Reef. Plenty of eels, coronet fish, scrawled filefish, leaf […]

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