Scuba Diving in Honolulu Oahu Hawaii

Scuba Diving in Honolulu Oahu Hawaii

Scuba Diving Honolulu Oahu Hawaii

Scuba Diving in Honolulu Oahu Hawaii

Scuba Diving Honolulu Oahu Hawaii

Scuba Diving in Honolulu Oahu Hawaii

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The famous wrecks of waikiki
The sea Tiger
The Sea Tiger is a former Chinese trading vessel originally named Yun Fong Seong No. 303. It was confiscated in the early 1990's for carrying 90+ illegal immigrants into the state of Hawaii. Purchased by Voyager Submarines, then cleaned up and sank in 1999 as part of a dive enrichment effort, the Sea Tiger is 150-feet of incredible sights. The ship’s deck sits at roughly 90 feet. The bottom rests on the sand at approximately 110 feet making bottom time between 20-to-25-minutes. Divers can penetrate the Sea Tiger through the cargo holds and bridge. Despite some minor decay inside the ship, the wreck is remarkably intact making it a unique dive for wreck enthusiasts.

The YO-257
The YO-257, a 175-foot long navy oiler, sits on the sand in 100-feet of water off the south shore of Oahu. You’ll have a breathtaking view of Diamond Head on your boat ride to this wreck. It was purposely sunk in 1989 to form an artificial reef by Atlantis Submarines and has since been teaming with marine life. Large turtles like to lay on the main deck at 75 feet and schools of spotted eagle rays cruise past the ship on both sides. Swim throughs are abundant here. Laying 70 feet from the YO-257 is the San Pedro, a 125-foot long decommissioned hospital ship. She lays shallower in 60-feet of water. The San Pedro like it’s neighboring wreck also sunk by Atlantis Submarines only a few years later in 1996.
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