July 31- Bye bye July

Bye bye July, how quickly time passes when you’re having fun diving with Island Divers Hawaii on Oahu!
My divers and I had a wonderful time exploring some newish sites.  We went to Rock Pile, highly recommended for seasoned divers so that you can also drift towards LCU and see some sharks along the way.  A couple of our divers did just that. On the way to LCU they spotted a BABY, two feet long, white tip reef shark.  No wonder they hide out in the LCU, they are born not to far from there.  Rock pile has some amazing coral, plenty of hidey holes, and big cylinders to swim through. Mixed in all that is a little ledge where you can find all manner of things tucked in the crevices.  We found an octopus, a puffer fish, and a couple deadly looking eels hanging out together. Please come back and see us Mariya!

Safe Diving,

Davy

Weather conditions: Slightly overcast at times
Dive Sites: Rock pile to LCU & Keanu Reef
Dive Conditions: Superb viz about 100 ft on both sites, slight current
Crew: Captain Kendal, Lead Davy, Steve Crew

Gearing up- July 31

Gearing up- July 31

Mariya

Mariya

Octo guy

Octopus

Yellow margin eel

Yellow margin eel

Mariya pops out of cylinder

Mariya pops out of cylinder

swim on through

swim on through

Pufffer, I found you

Pufffer, I found you

tiny leaf scorpion fish

tiny leaf scorpion fish

 

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