A windy Wednesday met our 3 divers Andrew, Joel, and David as the Sea Fox left the dock headed to our first destination: LCU. The sunken transport WW2 era ship that seems to be a hotbed of activity here in Maunaloa Bay. Its one of my favorite site due to the amount of life found here. Today was no different…
The sun was out all morning, the winds were light and the waves were down. This was the makings for a perfect day of diving. We headed to Kahala Barge as our first dive today. This was super fun for some of our visiting tech divers, the got to make their way through the wreck. Kahala is a great place to find some of our amazing reef sharks. We found one there today! This was pretty exciting for one of our divers who couldn’t wait to see sharks today. Also at the wreck were several big moray eels.
Just have to start this out with WOW!!
What a great group of divers, a great dive staff and a beautiful resort. Magic Island in Cebu, Philippines was recommended to our shop and boy did they deliver. From the excellent diving, smiling staff that became friends, amazing food, comfortable bungalows, and fun adventures.
$5,620 for this Luxury Liveaboard scuba diving trip which includes:
6 days diving up to 5 dives a day
NITROX, Doubles if desired
Round Trip Airfare from HNL
(transfers, taxes, and dive permit included)
Magic Oceans Scuba Diver’s Macro Mecca Only $1749
Unlimited Diving Package
Nitrox Package (unlimited)
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
One Hour Massage
The Philippines is part of the “Coral Triangle” area with more species of fish and corals than any other marine environment on earth. Some call the PI reef “The Amazon of the Sea”.
Today on the Sea Hound we joined by a couple of divers who wanted shake off some rust. Finally able to escape their daily routine and get salty, the surface conditions were typical postcard Hawaii: 78 degrees, variable winds, no waves, and not a single cloud in the sky. The dive sites on the agenda: Koko Crater & Angler’s Reef.
It was an uncharacteristically cloudy and drizzly morning in Hawaii Kai, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the surface conditions have to be bad. With variable winds and a 1 to 2 foot swell the Sea Hound cruised out of the marina with very little drama. On the way to the first dive site, the LCU, a bright vibrant rainbow greeted the advanced divers and crew. A welcome sign for the morning.
It was another picturesque sunset in Hawaii Kai aboard the Sea Fox. On this evening’s night dive we were joined by 4 divers and 10 snorkelers, all hailing from different parts of North America. With light variable winds and a moderate swell, the boat was regular rocking dance party. The dive sites for the night’s agenda: Fantasy Reef & Turtle Canyons.