Explore the preferred cruising areas of larger animals
One of the things that set Oahu apart from the other Hawaiian islands are the numerous wreck dives available, including sunken barges, old landing craft, and Hawaii’s famous WWII Corsair plane wreck. Explore these unique dive sites, which tend to be the preferred cruising areas of larger animals such as sharks, rays, and whales during the winter.
As we only take a maximum of six divers per trip on our Oahu dive boat, you don’t have to worry about the dive sites being crowded. Additionally, our wreck dives are the first of the day, and our dive boat leaves 30-45 minutes prior to the other local area shops. That means we get to the sites before all the wildlife is scared away!
Most of the wrecks we dive sit between 70 – 110 feet, so a minimum of basic open water certification is required. One of our wrecks, Baby Barge, begins at 60 feet, which is a great introductory deep dive and perfect for our junior divers under instruction.
A few of the wrecks offer the opportunity for penetration; however, most of the life is found outside. Many of the wrecks off Oahu have been underwater for some time and have sharp edges – care should be taken when diving the wrecks, and good buoyancy is key. Our skilled guides keep safety in mind throughout the dive.
Because our Oahu wreck dives are deeper dives, bottom time can vary quite a bit depending on which wreck we hit. Ask us about extending your bottom time by getting your Nitrox certification.
We have a standard 48-hour cancellation policy for all dive charters and a 72-hour cancellation policy in effect for all private charters. Refunds are not given if you fail to show for your scheduled dives or cancel your reservation with less than 48/72 hours notice.