FAQs

Frequently asked Questions:

Where do we meet?

Our boat Snorkel 1 is located at Pier B at Kewalo Basin Boat Harbor. Please be on time! Ther harbor offers paid parking. To be on the safe site, pay for 4 hours ($1 per hour).

1125 Ala Moana Blvd, Honolulu, HI 96814

How long will my dives last for?

The duration of your dive depends on how quickly you breathe your air. Usually, one dive lasts between 20 and 40 minutes. The first dive is usually shorter than the second dive , especially if you have never scuba dove before. The more you dive, the better your air consumption will be and the longer the dives.

I wear glasses, can I still dive?

Yes! You can wear contacts lenses while scuba diving. It might happen that you lose one while performing your mask skills, so bring some extra ones just in case! You can also bring your own prescription mask in case you have one. Unfortunately, we do not offer prescription mask rentals.

Do I need to have my own scuba gear?

No! Our dive packages include all the gear you will need! In case you want to bring your own gear, you can absolutely do so.

Can I try scuba first, before committing to a full scuba certification course?

Absolutely! We offer discovery scuba dives for unexperienced divers. If you enjoy it, you can sign up for the certification afterwards and count the discovery dives towards your certification.

I didn’t dive for a long time, how can I get back into diving?

If you haven’t dove in a long time, we recommend discovery scuba dives in shallow waters. You can perform skills with unexperienced divers to get comfortable again before going on deeper dives.

Can we dive on our own?

No! All our tours are guided. In order to focus on the safety of our divers, we don’t allow certified divers to dive on their own. Don’t worry though, we know where all the cool stuff is underwater and will make sure that you will have an unforgettable time!

How long should you wait before flying after a dive?

To be safe and avoid decompression sickness, it’s recommended to wait at least 24 hours after diving before flying or going to high altitudes.