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Emilio Acosta on 2018-06-13 18:42:38
can not say enough of how great the crew of the boat is at making sure that every diver feel at ease in and out of the water i have a bad back and the helped me with gear getting of boat and shane was excelent at getting me back on boat. took my daughter on a discover dive Stan made it so much fun for her that she decided to get certified. could tell how great an instructor Stan is by how much fun she was having doing the skills portion of getting certified he was able to calm her nerves and let her know how much fun diving can be thank you so much Matt, Shane especially Stan, Blessie and Brad
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Scuba Diving Conditions from South Maui Hawaii

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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!
Mar/18/2008 12:30pm
Site Name: Molokini Enenu'i
Visibility: 100-200 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Grey Reef Shark, Yellow Margin Moray
Comment: The crater was bumpy.
Site Name: 5 Graves
Visibility: 25-50 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Green Turtle, Harlequin Shrimp, Manta Ray, Octopus
Comment: A manta ray was observed going airborne then going back down underwater repeatedly. Visibility was okay.
Mar/17/2008 11:30am
Site Name: Molokini - Reef's End
Visibility: 100-200 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Garden Eels, Gloomy Nudibranch, Humpback Whales, White Tip Reef Shark, Yellow Margin Moray
Comment: We saw humpbacks underwater, today. Apparently, there was a heat run happening. When we got back on the boat Capt. Bill said there must have been 10 to 12 males chasing a female in and out of the crater. Awesome dive.
Site Name: 5 Graves
Visibility: 25-50 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Green Turtle, Leaf Scorpionfish, Octopus, Zebra Moray, sponge crab
Comment: Tons of turtles.
Mar/16/2008 07:52am

Comment: The boat did not run today. We took the day off for rest and maintenance.
Mar/15/2008 11:30am
Site Name: Molokini Center Reef
Visibility: 100-200 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Fried Egg Nudibranch, Pennant Butterflyfish, Undulated Moray, Yellow Margin Moray, slipper lobster
Comment: Windy and a little bumpy.
Site Name: Pu'u Olai (Red Hill)
Visibility: 50-100 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Gold Lace Nudibranch, Green Turtle, Hawaiian Green Lionfish, Octopus, Undulated Moray
Comment: Pu'u Olai by request. A lot of marine activity. Observed a pair of devil scorpion fish and another nearby. The 2 were either mating or having a type of territorial conflict as they were trying to bite each other. Great dive at this site as always.
Mar/12/2008 11:30am
Site Name: Molokini - Reef's End
Visibility: 100-200 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Longjaw Soldierfish, White Tip Reef Shark, Yellow Margin Moray
Comment: There was a light breeze when we got to the crater. We were set to do the backwall but there was current and northwest swell at the same time. All the dive boats were in the crater.
Site Name: Pu'u Olai (Red Hill)
Visibility: 25-50 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Crocodile Snake eel, Eagle Ray, Green Turtle, Mantis Shrimp, White Tip Reef Shark
Comment: After looking at the crocodile eel, we saw a spotted eagle ray and a white tip shark pass each other side by side. Vis is still down.
Mar/11/2008 11:30am
Site Name: Molokini - Reef's End
Visibility: 100-200 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Garden Eels, Giant Trevally (Ulua), Porcupinefish, White Tip Reef Shark, Yellow Margin Moray
Comment: A little surgy at Reef's End today. There were a lot of white tip sharks and jacks activities going on.
Site Name: 5 Graves
Visibility: 25-50 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Dwarf Moray, Frogfish, Green Turtle, Leaf Scorpionfish, Porcupinefish
Comment: Visibility was down and like Molokini was a bit surgy. We saw one of the biggest frogfish I've ever seen. There were a lot of turtles sleeping at the overhang.
Mar/10/2008 05:10am
Site Name: 5 Graves
Visibility: 25-50 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Bottlenose Dolphins, Frogfish, Green Turtle, Octopus, Red Spotted Nudibranch
Comment: Great vis this morning. Dolphins hung around the boat before the dive. Lots of turtles and a colorful red frogfish. Good times.
Site Name: Haloa Point (White Rock)
Visibility: 25-50 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Green Turtle, Leaf Scorpionfish, Octopus, Undulated Moray, White Tip Reef Shark
Comment: Great dive. Lots of turtles. White tip reef shark sleeping. Lots of octopus, eels and a Leaf scorpion fish.
Mar/8/2008 11:30am
Site Name: Molokini - Reef's End
Visibility: 100-200 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Bottlenose Dolphins, Hairy Hermit Crab, Octopus, Pyramid Butterflyfish, peacock flounder
Comment: Another beautiful day at molokini, the water was nice and calm. The whales were really loud underwater. There were a couple of bottle nose dolphins that followed us into the crater and they just hung around at the end of the dive the dolphins came into the crater and swam in between the boats in the sand channel.
Site Name: Pu'u Olai (Red Hill)
Visibility: 25-50 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Bicolor Anthias, Crocodile Snake eel, Green Turtle, Spotted Eagle Ray, Undulated Moray
Comment: There were alot of sea turtles on this dive. We saw a Crocodile eel and a spotted eagle ray feeding at the start of the dive. Next we got to play with a couple of cleaner shrimp.
Mar/7/2008 03:30am
Site Name: Molokini - Reef's End
Visibility: 100-200 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Blue Dragon Nudibranch, Garden Eels, Gloomy Nudibranch, Tiger Cowrie Shell
Comment: Visibility was awesome. Molokini was like a lake. Current was there but not as bad as yesterday.
Site Name: Pu'u Olai (Red Hill)
Visibility: 25-50 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Crocodile Snake eel, Gold Lace Nudibranch, Long tail dragonette, Octopus
Comment: The visibilty was not that great but this dive site still one of our favorites no matter what the vis is like.
Mar/6/2008 12:30pm
Site Name: Molokini - Reef's End
Visibility: 100-200 feet
Water Temperature: 74 degrees
Marine Life: Gloomy Nudibranch, Undulated Moray, White Tip Reef Shark, Yellow Margin Moray
Comment: Another beautiful day at Molokini. Water was flat. Underwater the whales were very loud and vibrating. We found out later when we got back on the boat that there was a pod right in front of the crater.
Site Name: Wailea Point
Visibility: 25-50 feet
Water Temperature: 74 degrees
Marine Life: Dwarf Moray, Frogfish, Hawaiian Green Lionfish, peacock flounder, sponge crab
Comment: Visibility was a bit green but it was still a great dive.
Mar/5/2008 12:00pm
Site Name: Molokini - Reef's End
Visibility: 100-200 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Giant Trevally (Ulua), Pyramid Butterflyfish, Tiger Cowrie Shell, White Mouth Moray, Yellow Margin Moray
Comment: We tied off at Reed's end first then drifted. The current was strong underwater. It didn't take us long to get to the start of the backwall. There was a lot of shark activity. We saw a good size grey reef shark with remoras.
Site Name: Molokini Center Reef
Visibility: 100-200 feet
Water Temperature: 75 degrees
Marine Life: Garden Eels, Moorish Idol, Porcupinefish, Yellow Margin Moray, peacock flounder
Comment: Molokini looked more like a pool today with lots of fish. The visibilty was awesome. You could see forever.
Mar/4/2008 11:30am
Site Name: Molokini - Reef's End
Visibility: 100-200 feet
Water Temperature: 72 degrees
Marine Life: Giant Trevally (Ulua), Gloomy Nudibranch, Tiger Cowrie Shell, White Mouth Moray, White Tip Reef Shark
Comment: The water was flat again, today. A strong current was at Reef's End.
Site Name: 5 Graves
Visibility: 25-50 feet
Water Temperature: 72 degrees
Marine Life: Green Turtle, Harlequin Shrimp, Hawaiian Green Lionfish, Leaf Scorpionfish, Octopus
Comment: There was alot of particulate just below the surface but once on the bottom, it was pretty clean. Observed a lot of parrotfish chasing each other, and a snowflake moray free swimming. Great dive.
Mar/2/2008 11:19am
Site Name: Molokini - Reef's End
Visibility: 50-100 feet
Water Temperature: 72 degrees
Marine Life: Frogfish, Garden Eels, Giant Trevally (Ulua), Moorish Idol, White Tip Reef Shark
Comment: Strong current on the point but visibilty was good.
Site Name: Pu'u Olai (Red Hill)
Visibility: 25-50 feet
Water Temperature: 72 degrees
Marine Life: Dwarf Moray, Green Turtle, Octopus, Trumpetfish, Viper Moray
Comment: Nice mellow drift dive.
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