Scuba Charters are recommended for both novice and experienced divers not familiar with local dive areas.

Join us for an exhilarating dive on the unspoiled reefs of East Hawaii with the personalized attention of our instructors.

Come in or call today (808)935-6939 or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and choose a custom dive plan that fits your interests and schedule. We  provide transportation to and from local dive sites.

 

For Discovery Scuba Divers (non-certified):

In Hilo area, the fee is $80 per person includes One tank dive, use of all scuba equipment, and instruction.

For Certified diver:

In Hilo area, the fee is $75 per person includes 2 tank and weight and $25 additional for all scuba equipment rental.

Outside of Hilo area, the fee is $150 per person includes 2 tank and weight and $25 additional for all scuba equipment rental (min. of 2 divers).

 

 

Local Dive Sites:

In Hilo area

Leleiwi (Waiolena)

5 miles East of downtown. Hilo's best shore dive site. Experience turtles, dolphins, fish & whales in season. Depths 10 ft to 70 ft. Six lava arches, large coral heads & a good variety of hard corals. Caution on north swell & rip.

 

Puhi Bay

 

3 miles East of downtown. Easy entry. Turtles, fish & whales in season. Depths 10 ft to 60 ft. Small lava tube, caves & walls. Variety of hard corals. Caution North swell & during periods of heavy rain.

Note: You need to get a special permit from Department of Hawaiian Home Lands office for access to Puhi Bay.

 

Richardson Beach


 

5.2 miles East of downtown. Good snorkeling spot. Great for scuba tune ups & boogie boarding. County park has all facilities & life guard. Turtles, fish, coral & whales in season. Depth 20 ft max inside fringing rocks and 140 ft plus outside. Caution North swell and extreme depth & current outside of rocks.

 

Outside of Hilo area

Pohoiki

 

Best shore dive in Ease Hawaii. Incredible variety of animals & terrain. Depth 20 ft to 100 ft. Caution high waves, current, boat & surfers.

 

 

Punaluu

 

Beautiful black sand beach. Turtles, fish, coral & whales in season. Depth 5 ft to 60 ft. Caution strong rip & waves.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hawaii StormSurf - Today's Surf Report

(Click 'Surf' button at top of graphic for projections for the next 180 hours!)

 


Hilo Bay WebCam

from the Pacific Tsunami Museum towards Hilo Bayfront


NOAA Weather Forecast

for Hilo for Next Week

 

Daily Rental Rates:

Rentals prices are charged per 24-hour period from the time of rental.

Since we are closed on Sunday: if you rent on Saturday, you will be charged for one-day - IF YOU RETURN ON MONDAY BY 12PM. If you return on MONDAY AFTER 12PM, you will be charged for two-days.

Weekly Rental Rates:

Rent equipment for up to 7-days at the 4-day rental price. Offer good on all rental packages.

 

Price Item
$35 Scuba Package: 1-tank, BCD, Weight, Regulator
$6 Snorkel Package: Mask, Snorkel, Full-foot fins (Optical Mask +$4)
$8 1-tank
$6 Weight (to 20-lbs)
$12 Buoyancy Compensator BCD
$12 Regulator
$12 Octopus with primary reg, secondary reg, inflator hose, air and depth guage
$15 Dive Computer
$10 Wetsuit
$6 Boots and Strap fins
$10 Dive Flag

 

Deposit:

We require a deposit to cover the cost of the hired equipment. A signed Credit Card slip or Cash are acceptable.

Refund policy:

Once the rental equipment is accepted and leaves the premises, No refund will be given even in case of poor weather. Others will be determined on a case-by-case basis.

Note:

We reserve the right to deny-rental to anyone not trained in the safe use of the equipment.

Price listed here are subject to change without notice.

 

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Except Sunday

 

 

 

 

It was a Rescue class

Before my first Advanced Training dive, there was a traffic accident between two cars on the road in front of Leleiwi. Bill took off his BC & weight belt - handed me the flag float -  and he helped the people out of the cars and settled them on the side of the road. I don't remember doing anything except stand at the water's edge, hold on to that flag, and watch Bill take care of business.

During this event, a swimmer had been trying to swim into the entry/exit from Richardson's side but she had no fins and was caught in an outgoing rush of water at the surface. She was stuck in one place treading water for 10 minutes, kinda looking at me strangely. Again, I did nothing but watch her and Bill & hold that damn flag.

When the ambulance arrived, Bill walked back and asked what was happening. I told him about the woman and he yelled to ask if she was stuck, when she said 'Yes!' he put his mask and fins on and swam to her and dragged her back to shore. She got out OK and finally Bill put on his equipment and we started my Advanced class. He said something like, "Some days are tough..." as we entered the water.

You would be more fortunate to have Bill around - than me. Looking back, I don't know what I was thinking, but I sure know what Bill was doing: he was helping people.

 

 

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