Scuba dive at two sites, including famous Molokini Crater! Tour the protected reefs on this small group scuba departing just minutes from Molokini.
The coast of Maui is filled with amazing dive sites, and just a short boat ride away from Kihei is Molokini Crater, the first dive of the day. Molokini Crater is a volcanic cone that has been a marine reserve for over 35 years! The water clarity at Molokini is exceptional and the curved shape of the cone protects a vibrant, thick coral reef system. Your expert captain will choose a second dive site, based on current ocean conditions and the interests of the group. Groups are kept small and there are no arbitrary diving time limits so you can see and experience as much as possible.
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Check-in at Kihei Boat Ramp
Scuba Diving Tour (5.5 hrs)
Molokini Crater (45 min)
La Perouse Bay or Makena (45 min)
Price & Options
For safety reasons, guests must be able to communicate effectively in English to participate in this activity.
Guests may not fly within 24 hours of a two-tank scuba dive due to the high risk of decompression sickness.
This activity is not wheelchair accessible.
Children 12 years old and above can participate in this activity.
Diving log book
Participants are required to sign a liability waiver at the time of check-in.
The activity schedule is subject to change or cancellation due to weather or traffic conditions.
Gratuity is not included in the price.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long is each dive?
Dive times vary depending on how efficiently you use your tank. Some may be as little as 30 minutes, some are able to go over an hour per dive.
Is Nitrox available?
Yes, Nitrox is available at $30 per person. Please indicate when booking.
What is on the breakfast menu?
Continental breakfast includes local macadamia nut cinnamon rolls, coffee, hot chocolate, cookies, fresh fruit, sodas, juices, and chips.
Are photo services available?
Yes, underwater cameras are available at $40 per rental. Panasonic Lumix TS4 (12.1 megapixel) digital underwater cameras with built-in flash. It features a large LCD monitor and using just three buttons you can shoot photos or high definition video. The cost includes burning your photos onto a CD or having your photos uploaded to a web-based file hosting service. Camera can only be used by experienced divers who are skilled in buoyancy control in order to protect the coral reef.
Why do dive spots vary?
Dive spots may differ depending on ocean conditions as well as your requests. The captain will determine your dives on the day of your activity.
What if I forget my dive certification?
All divers must show proof of open water certification with their PADI card and log book and are required to have dove within the past three years prior to their activity date in order to book this dive.
Are adapters available?
Yes. The tanks feature standard yoke valves. If you bring your own regulator that has a DIN first stage, you will be provided with a DIN adapter.
What is considered a "certified diver"?
All certified divers must possess a PADI Open Water Certification in order to participate in the certified dives. If your dive certification does not allow you to dive farther than 40 ft (12 m), please book a beginning dive.
Any cancellations made within 3 business days of your activity (after 16:30:00 local time) will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.