Diving Kapalua Bay
Located fronting the Kapalua Bay Hotel and voted the "Best beach in America" ( as seen in Conde Naste Magazine). Kapalua Bay is an excellent shoreline dive with depths to 40'. Rugged Lava formations encrusted with hard, stony corals teeming with Hawaiian marine life and an occasional Green Sea Turtle. Kapalua Bay provides for lengthy dive times due to it's moderate depth. Perfect for day and night time diving.
Diving Namalu Bay - "Cliff House"
Located just North of Kapalua Bay and less frequented by the public, this dive site is best explored by Kayak or using underwater scooters due to the surrounding lava formed bluffs. Begin your dive in one of two directions for variety. Heading north increases your chances of seeing Green Sea Turtles the Hawaiian “Honu”.
Diving Hawea Point
This is the destination of our "Kayak Adventure". We see so many turtles on this dive it is almost a guarantee! The lava flow at Hawea Point reaches out to a depth of 120', however, we generally reach a max depth of 50' on this dive in order to fully enjoy the sites large area. The surrounding land area of Hawea is a "Conservation District" which has fortunately restricted development leaving it rugged and natural.
Diving Honolua Bay
A short drive just North of the Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua brings us to Honolua Bay, an underwater Marine Conservation District which is host to some of the most beautiful coral formations on Maui. With depths ranging from 25' - 50' and certain sightings of Green Sea Turtles make this a favorite adventure of ours. Weather plays an important role with visiting this site.
Diving Lanai and Molokini Besides the sites mentioned above, Maui has too many sites to describe on one page. Reachable by boat, Molokini and Lanai offer some must see dive sites. Reserve your spot with us using the "Mixed Plate" package and increase the chances of visiting a variety of good dive sites with our team of professional scuba instructors.