It was another glorious afternoon in Hawaii as the Sea Fox set out into Maunalua Bay with a boat load of certified divers and open water students. All were treated to an ample supply of sea turtles and tropical fishes. Dive Sites: Angler’s Reef, 40 ft., Turtle Canyons, 40 ft. Permanent link to this post […]
About Carl Santangelo
Carl hails from South Florida where he earned his PADI Junior Open Water Diver certification at the ripe young age of 12. After graduating from The University of Miami he quickly realized that his love for the sea and its contents could lead to a full time career as a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor.
Upon completing the Instructor Development Course, Carl has gone on to dive and teach SCUBA in the Bay Islands of Honduras, Puerto Rico, the U.S Virgin Islands, Australia, and the island of Oahu where he currently resides. When he’s not breathing underwater Carl enjoys sailing, spelunking, playing guitar, long walks on the beach, virgin Piña Coladas, and making furniture.
Entries by Carl Santangelo
Another beautiful morning in Maunalua Bay; the sun was shining and the winds were down. We opted to do two drift dives due to the strong incoming tidal current. The visibility was outstanding and good times were had by all. Dive Sites: Fantasy Reef, Max Depth 55 ft. and Spitting Caves, Max Depth 60 ft. […]
Today was a glorious day on the water with over 100 feet of visibility, calm seas and light winds. Delightful times were had by all. Dive Sites: Corsair, max depth 107 ft., 100+ ft. visibility Spitting Caves: max depth 60ft., 100 ft. visibility Permanent link to this post (44 words, estimated 11 secs reading time)
Today was a delightful charter chock full of Open Water Students, Certified Divers, and first timers. The sun was shining, the wind was light and the seas were flat. Our divers enjoyed excellent underwater visibility and dove with a variety of Hawaiian sea creatures. Dive Sites: Koko Craters, max depth 36 ft., 100+ ft. visibility […]
We love catering to eclectic boatfuls of saltwater enthusiasts here at Island Divers. Last Saturday we hosted a healthy mix of introductory, certified, open water, and advanced open water students/divers. The wind was a bit stiff but that didn’t stop our adventurous bunch from having a blast under the waves. This is a preview of […]
It’s always a welcome treat to have a full boat of divers on our afternoon charters. The sun was shining, the breeze was cooling, and the seas were fair. Our destinations were Koko Craters and Angler’s reef; two dive sites that offer the perfect mix of stunning underwater topography and diverse marine life. Both dives […]
Flat seas are always a welcome luxury when diving in the open Pacific and our divers were treated to just that on Friday for our two-tank wreck/drift dives. Baby barge was our first destination, a wreck that sits in 85 feet which is home to a variety of sea turtles and moray eels; the water […]
It was another beautiful Hawaiian afternoon in Maunalua Bay aboard the Enzo as summer settles in. There was an eclectic assortment of first timers, open water scuba students, and certified divers on board which allowed for the creation of many different types of lasting memories. Hawaiian waters never cease to amaze and all were treated […]
Another beautiful Hawaiian afternoon in Maunalua Bay with Open Water students and certified divers aboard the Enzo; final preparations were made and dock lines were cast off. The winds were light, the sun was shining, and the swell was down, creating fantastic diving conditions. In addition to learning valuable new underwater skills, our divers were […]
After several rainy overcast days we finally caught a break in the weather and were treated to a healthy dose of light winds and Vitamin D. Preparations were made aboard the Enzo and we set out into Maunalua Bay to see what aquatic delights awaited us. We tied up to our first dive site, Koko […]