Scuba Diving in Moloka‘i
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Molokai Fish and Dive is the only PADI-certified dive company on Molokai. Shoreline access for divers is extremely limited, even nonexistent in winter. Boat diving is the way to go. Without guidance, visiting divers can easily find themselves in risky situations with wicked currents. Proper guidance, though, opens an undersea world rarely seen.
Molokai Fish and Dive. Owners Tim and Susan Forsberg can fill you in on local dive sites, rent you the gear, or hook you up with one of their PADI-certified guides to take you to the island's best underwater spots. Their 32-foot dive boat, the Ama Lua, can take eight divers and their gear. Two-tank dives lasting about five hours cost $145. Three-tank dives lasting around six hours cost $295. They know the best blue holes and underwater-cave systems, and can take you swimming with hammerhead sharks. 53 Ala Malama St., Kaunakakai, HI, 96748. 808/553–5926. molokaifishanddive.com.
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