Entries by Jeremy Sanders-Lewis

Post 4th of July Dive

With the 4th of July celebrations at an end the diving continues and we were all ready to get into the water. Heading out for the morning we were still fighting high winds and heavy currents but were not deterred and charged to one of our best sites, the LCU (Landing Craft Utility) vehicle. At […]

Trutle Thursday

On a great Thursday afternoon we headed out with customers participating in Discover Scuba Diving, students conductiong their open water dives 1,2,3 and 4. First dive site was Koko Crater  where it was a turtles heaven for our divers counting 5 individual turtles through the dive. The second dive site was Anglers Reef  where it […]

Anglers and Fantasy

Our Weds afternoon gave us an opportunity to explore the dive sites of Anglers Reef and Fantasy Reef. With discover scuba divers and open water students on board we got great first time experience and amazing training completed. The Hawaiian green sea turtle and a variety of eels were the main attraction of both dives […]

Sunday Seal Day

Today our three tank dive charter started out at Kahala Barge (95ft). With a good long swim through, eels and some training for students who where completing their AOW and Deep Specialty,our first dive was a great start to the day. This is a preview of Sunday Seal Day. Read the full post

Merry Christmas Eve Morning

Our divers on this wonderful morning lead us out to Kahala Barge(95ft) and the drift of Sea Cave(50ft).  It was a great way to kick off the holiday and we’re happy to provide a couple of exceptional dives for our visiting customers. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. Permanent link to this post (48 words, 9 […]

Two Wrecks of Fun

For our dives today we decided to hit two different wrecks on the morning. The first wreck was the Corsair at 107ft and the second was Kahala Barge at 95ft. The Corsair is a WWII Navy fighter plane that ran out of gas during a training mission and is the only natural wreck in the […]