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Brian Netzel on 2016-12-10 11:59:46
I've been diving Maui for twenty years with at least 5 different operators and B and B is the best. From introducing new divers to the sport to keeping it interesting for the people with hundreds of dives on Molokini, they are the best. They provide just the right level of supervision - not much for the experienced divers, enough for newbies to feel confident. As a former working divemaster, I watch the crew. I watch them lead, I watch them watch and assess their divers. I know by watching this crew they are always on their game. Whether you're just wanting to try a discover scuba dive or want to dive with somebody who can find the critters, this is the place for you. And the food and drinks are great too!
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Scuba Diving Conditions from South Maui Hawaii

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Apr/4/2008 06:48am
Site Name: 5 Graves
Visibility: 50-100 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Green Turtle, Manta Ray, Moorish Idol, Octopus, White Tip Reef Shark
Comment: Very windy, could not dive Molokini.
Site Name: St. Anthony's Wreck
Visibility: 50-100 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Bicolor Anthias, Green Turtle, Moorish Idol
Apr/3/2008 11:00am
Site Name: Molokini - Reef's End
Visibility: 100-200 feet
Water Temperature: 73 degrees
Marine Life: Devil Scorpion Fish, Giant Trevally (Ulua), Undulated Moray, White Margin Nudibranch, Yellow Margin Moray
Comment: Windy and a lot of current.
Site Name: Haloa Point (White Rock)
Visibility: 25-50 feet
Water Temperature: 73 degrees
Marine Life: Frogfish, Hawaiian Green Lionfish, Leaf Scorpionfish, Octopus, White Tip Reef Shark
Comment: Same as Molokini, windy and choppy on the surface.
Apr/2/2008 11:52am
Site Name: Molokini Center Reef
Visibility: 100-200 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Garden Eels, Grey Reef Shark, White Tip Reef Shark, peacock flounder
Comment: Choppy and windy. Strong current at Enenui side of the crater. All the dive boats were at Reef's end where there was less current.
Site Name: Pu'u Olai (Red Hill)
Visibility: 25-50 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Crocodile Snake eel, Eagle Ray, Hawaiian stingray, Octopus, Zebra Moray
Comment: Choppy and very windy.
Apr/1/2008 02:41am
Site Name: Molokini - Reef's End
Visibility: 50-100 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Garden Eels, Giant Trevally (Ulua), Octopus, White Tip Reef Shark, peacock flounder
Comment: Ocean alittle bumpy, but good diving.
Site Name: 5 Graves
Visibility: 50-100 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Green Turtle, Hairy Hermit Crab, Mantis Shrimp, Tiger Moray, fuschia flatworm
Comment: 5 graves was protected from the wind and the surface was nice. Good dive with alot of Turtles.
Mar/31/2008 12:17pm
Site Name: 5 Graves
Visibility: 25-50 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Leaf Scorpionfish, Trumpetfish, Yellow Margin Moray
Comment: No Molokini today. The wind picked up early.
Site Name: Haloa Point (White Rock)
Visibility: 25-50 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Freckled Snake eel, Green Turtle, Octopus, White Tip Reef Shark, sponge crab
Comment: Nice mellow dive with lots of tiny critters. A ton of turtles.
Mar/30/2008 09:21am
Site Name: Molokini - Reef's End
Visibility: 50-100 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Garden Eels, Giant Trevally (Ulua), Octopus, White Tip Reef Shark
Comment: Molokini was alittle bumpy with the wind and vis. was down from normal. Loud whale noise the whole dive.
Site Name: Pu'u Olai (Red Hill)
Visibility: 50-100 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Eagle Ray, Green Turtle, Moorish Idol, Octopus, Tiger Cowrie Shell
Comment: Nice drift dive with mild current and good vis.
Mar/29/2008 11:23am
Site Name: Molokini - Reef's End
Visibility: 100-200 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Gloomy Nudibranch, White Mouth Moray, White Tip Reef Shark, Yellow Margin Moray, peacock flounder
Comment: Great surface conditions.
Site Name: Haloa Point (White Rock)
Visibility: 50-100 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Green Turtle, Leaf Scorpionfish, Octopus, fuschia flatworm, kangaroo nudibranch
Comment: Visibility here was like diving at Molokini.
Mar/28/2008 11:50am
Site Name: Molokini Center Reef
Visibility: 100-200 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Fried Egg Nudibranch, Tiger Cowrie Shell, White Mouth Moray, White Tip Reef Shark
Comment: There was a slight current. Awesome visibility.
Site Name: Pu'u Olai (Red Hill)
Visibility: 50-100 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Freckled Snake eel, Frogfish, Hawaiian Turkeyfish, Octopus, Porcupinefish
Comment: Surface conditions were almost perfect when we got in the water for our second dive but at the end the wind came in and the surface was choppy as we got back on the boat.
Mar/26/2008 12:44pm
Site Name: Molokini Enenu'i
Visibility: 100-200 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Grey Reef Shark, Pennant Butterflyfish, Pyramid Butterflyfish, Yellow Margin Moray
Comment: Flat and hardly any wind.
Site Name: 5 Graves
Visibility: 50-100 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Dwarf Moray, Eagle Ray, Leaf Scorpionfish, Trumpetfish
Comment: Good visibility. Saw a lot of whales on the surface. Observed a couple of competetive pods on the way there.
Mar/25/2008 11:24am
Site Name: Molokini - Reef's End
Visibility: 100-200 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Gloomy Nudibranch, Octopus, Pyramid Butterflyfish, Undulated Moray, Yellow Margin Moray
Comment: The current was not as strong today. Visibility was probably 150 to 200. Flat water with hardly any wind.
Site Name: Pu'u Olai (Red Hill)
Visibility: 50-100 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Fried Egg Nudibranch, Green Turtle, Octopus, fuschia nudibranch, sponge crab
Comment: We saw one of the biggest octopus out in the open, with tentacles spread out on the bottom, trying to blend in with the sand. Visibilty was at its best.
Mar/24/2008 12:51pm
Site Name: Molokini - Reef's End
Visibility: 100-200 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Garden Eels, Harlequin Shrimp, Moorish Idol, White Mouth Moray, White Tip Reef Shark
Comment: Water was flat and visibility was awesome.
Site Name: 5 Graves
Visibility: 50-100 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Green Turtle, Leaf Scorpionfish, Manta Ray, Octopus, Yellow Margin Moray
Comment: Visibility was awesome at the Graves also.
Mar/23/2008 12:15pm
Site Name: Molokini Enenu'i
Visibility: 100-200 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Giant Trevally (Ulua), White Tip Reef Shark
Comment: Flat water.
Site Name: Haloa Point (White Rock)
Visibility: 50-100 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Green Turtle, Porcupinefish, White Mouth Moray, Yellow Margin Moray
Comment: Good visibility. Whales were loud.
Mar/22/2008 11:45am
Site Name: Molokini Center Reef
Visibility: 100-200 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Magnificent Starfish, Moorish Idol, Pyramid Butterflyfish, White Tip Reef Shark
Comment: Very strong current at Reef's end.
Site Name: St. Anthony's Wreck
Visibility: 50-100 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Green Turtle, Trumpetfish
Comment: Very good visibility. Tons of turtles on the wreck.
Mar/20/2008 10:42am
Site Name: Molokini - Reef's End
Visibility: 100-200 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Giant Trevally (Ulua), Great Barracuda, Grey Reef Shark, Humpback Whales, White Tip Reef Shark
Comment: Nice Reef's End drift with strong current running in the same direction as we were traveling.
Site Name: Haloa Point (White Rock)
Visibility: 50-100 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Frogfish, Green Turtle, Manta Ray, Octopus, White Tip Reef Shark
Comment: Excellent vis. with a pod of about 30 spinner dolphins at the end of the dive.
Mar/19/2008 11:26am
Site Name: 85 foot Pinnacles
Visibility: 100-200 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Bicolor Anthias, Octopus, White Mouth Moray, White Tip Reef Shark, slipper lobster
Comment: We saw a few Morays and lots of Reef fish. At the end of the dive we saw a 4' pregnant White Tip. Vis was nice but the current was ripping to the south.
Site Name: Pu'u Olai (Red Hill)
Visibility: 25-50 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Crocodile Snake eel, Hawaiian Green Lionfish, Leaf Scorpionfish, Longnose Hawkfish, Manta Ray
Comment: We saw a Great Barracuda, lots of reef fish, and 4 very large silver fish! Check out the forum for photos in a few days. At the end we saw a large Manta Ray who breached the surface 2 times... Good times!
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