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Pure Aloha Adventures: 90-Minute Guided Snorkel Tour of Hanauma Bay for One, Two, or Four from Pure Aloha Adventures (38% Off)

90-Minute Guided Snorkel Tour of Hanauma Bay for One, Two, or Four from Pure Aloha Adventures (38% Off)

Pure Aloha Adventures

Hanauma Bay

Explore the ecological riches of Hanauma Bay with a certified snorkel and dive instructor

$69 $43

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Hawaiian Diving Adventures, LLC: Up to 67% Off Guided Snorkeling Tour at Hawaiian Diving Adventures, LLC

Up to 67% Off Guided Snorkeling Tour at Hawaiian Diving Adventures, LLC

Hawaiian Diving Adventures, LLC

Ala Moana - Kakaako

From the merchant: A guide will show you some of the awesome sites to see. Visiting with Turtles, reef fish, and spectacular views.

$130 $45

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Island Water Sports Hawaii: $109 for a Submarine-Scooter and Turtle-Watching Adventure from Island Water Sports Hawaii ($198 Value)

$109 for a Submarine-Scooter and Turtle-Watching Adventure from Island Water Sports Hawaii ($198 Value)

Island Water Sports Hawaii

Hawaii Kai

A 50-foot power boat lets aqua tourists gaze at turtles from the deck and travel underwater with submersible self-propelled scooters

$198 $109

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Oahu Catamarans: Catamaran Snorkeling Tour for Two or Four at Oahu Catamarans (40% Off)

Catamaran Snorkeling Tour for Two or Four at Oahu Catamarans (40% Off)

Oahu Catamarans

Ala Moana - Kakaako

Take a snorkeling tour off the coast of Oahu while on board the Kahala Kai catamaran

$130 $79

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The Hawaiian Adventure Company: Island or Ocean Tours from The Hawaiian Adventure Company (Up to 53%53% Off). Three Options Available.

Island or Ocean Tours from The Hawaiian Adventure Company (Up to 53%53% Off). Three Options Available.

The Hawaiian Adventure Company

Honolulu

Guests can explore the ocean with a sunset sail or underwater snorkeling experience or tour the island in an open-air jeep

$125 $59

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The Snorkel Store: One Week of Gear Rental for One, Two, or Four at The Snorkel Store (Up to 58% Off)

One Week of Gear Rental for One, Two, or Four at The Snorkel Store (Up to 58% Off)

The Snorkel Store

Multiple Locations

The store's founders spent months testing hundreds of different snorkel sets for comfort, effectiveness, visibility, and durability

$50 $21

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  • Ocean Joy Cruises
    After 20 years of vacationing on the Hawaiian islands, Shane Griffin found that his favorite way to experience the scenery was by boat. He loved looking beyond the road's end, taking in the mountains and rocky beaches while also basking in the vastness of the open ocean. In 2003, he founded Ocean Joy Cruises as a way to showcase the raw beauty of Oahu's western coast. From a fiberglass, open-air catamaran, passengers can photograph the Waianae Mountains as well as the whales, dolphins, and turtles that often swim nearby. Most excursions include an hour of snorkeling, as well as access to a spacious cabin with hot showers and a delicious buffet including alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. The boat, Kai 'Oli 'Oli, has received the highest possible safety rating from the U.S. Coast Guard, and is able to glide over calm, choppy, and gelatinous water with ease.
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    92-1001 Ali'inui Dr.
    Kapolei, HI US
  • Hawaiian Diving Adventures, LLC
    Powered by twin Cummins engines, it's not a rare sight to see the good ship Kilikina skipping across Oahu's waves to speedily deliver divers to the best dive spots. Under the banner of Hawaiian Diving Adventures, LLC, she plies the waters to provide a luxurious diving experience for up to 13 passengers. Kilikina boasts a freshwater shower, rinse buckets for expensive camera equipment, and comfortable wide seating, thanks to a clever tank-storage system. She doesn’t cater only to experience divers, however; she also serves as the launch point for guided snorkeling tours, which provide close encounters with local wildlife and reefs.
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    1125 Ala Moana Blvd
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Island Magic Catamaran
    With its pink sails filling with ocean breezes, the Island Magic Catamaran carries passengers out to sea in search of painted sunsets, playful humpbacks, and salty sprays. During sails, the crew carefully handles the 30-passenger vessel, allowing it to float lazily on glassy water or race against the island's fast-flowing swells. In addition to cruises, the team leads snorkeling adventures near Turtle Canyon, where sightseers can splash among green sea turtles before they finish hatching into boring, shell-less lizards. Sunset cruises depart 1.5 hours before the sun dips below the horizon, allowing passengers to admire the waves as they catch the last few bits of sunlight.
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    1025 Ala Moana Blvd
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Pearl Harbor Divers
    Somehow, every scuba-diving trip is distinct, even visits to well-traveled locations. Pearl Harbor Divers' team, for example, had visited the wreck of the USS Scrimmage, a World War II minesweeper, many times before. But one evening, while slipping through the water above the site, the crew heard a puff of air burst from the ocean, drowning out the motor. A humpback whale then crested just 15 feet from the boat. When the captain cut the engines, the crew realized they were surrounded by whales, which continued to break through the surface and catch breaths tinged with ocean spray in the moonlight. In the shop, which is certified by the National Association of Underwater Instructors, guides work toward such unique experiences on scuba diving and snorkeling trips. They lead clients—including handicapped divers—to sunken ships, airplanes, lava caverns, and coral reefs throughout the Hawaiian Islands. On these dives, groups encounter common creatures such as sea turtles and native fish, as well as rare marine animals such as shy Pacific bottlenose dolphins, manta rays, and endangered Hawaiian monk seals. The instructors pride themselves on their ability to teach and engage by imparting the facts and historical significance of wrecks. They can also name and discuss each species that divers spot, at least the ones documented by science. On the nighttime Dive the Abyss adventure, divers are tethered within 40 feet of the boat and watch bioluminescent creatures, many of which are still not cataloged by zoologists, arise from depths of up to 2,000 feet. In addition to dives, instructors conduct courses that work towards open-water or instructor certification. Chatter about past adventures drifts from a full-service pro shop, where technicians sell, service, and repair equipment from brands such as Atomic, Aeris, Oceanic, Mares and Zeagle.
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    725 Auahi Street
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Waikiki Ocean Club
    A manmade island floats 300 yards off the shore of Waikiki Beach. Its inhabitants shriek as they plunge from its three 5- to 15-foot cliffs or plummet down a slippery slide into the ocean below. Intrepid sorts don snorkels and masks to mingle with the aquatic fauna that skirt its hulls. Others strike out aboard kayaks and standup paddleboards, steering past an ocean trampoline and its buoyant visitors. Those who choose to remain on the island's sun-drenched surface recline in teak lounge chairs, tipping back refreshments from three bars or munching on morsels fresh from the grill. The founders of Waikiki Ocean Club might prefer to call it a catamaran, but at 145 feet long and 65 feet wide, the site functions as both an island and watery amusement park. As swimmers and sunbathers gather around its decks, scuba divers seek out marine life below the waves and helmet-diving excursions ensure that hair stays dry enough to kindle a fire. Jet skis, AquaQuads, and rigid inflatable boats ferry riders away from the club at exhilarating speeds; boat tours to secluded snorkeling locales and celebrities’ beach houses highlight resplendent scenery. After dark, the floating fairground transforms into a DJ-manned dance floor, awarding Friday-night guests with an unobstructed view of fireworks over Waikiki.
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    1651 Ala Moana boat harbor
    Honolulu, HI US
  • SeaBreeze Water Sports
    H2O Sports Hawaii's licensed adventure-seekers have been helping likeminded folks safely skim over the water's mirrored surface or dive deep below rolling waves since 1986. Their certified flight and scuba instructors dispense their knowledge as they prep guests for safe scuba diving and Jetlev jetpack flights, during which a jetpack propels guests up to 30 feet in the air using a high-powered pump that, like Poseidon's Harley, uses ocean water as fuel. They also outfit nautical voyagers with equipment and safety vests for jaunts on surfboards, parasails, jet skis, and high-speed tubes. To further fulfill their mission of adventurous memory making, H2O Sports Hawaii's staff also runs their own digital media shop, where they snap photos of watery experiences using the media chips that accompany guests on many activities. Their direct taxi service makes pesky logistics a breeze as their drivers shuttle guests between Waikiki hotels and picturesque shores.
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    377 Keahole Street
    Honolulu, HI US
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