Review Date AVG ShoreDiving Site
01/14/2004 4.11 LA - Casino Point California Mid, USA West
Amazing dive, 3 small wrecks as well as some various underwater history, some memorial plaques, etc. Simplest shore entry ever, and the vis was amazing for CA! All in all a terrific dive spot
05/27/2003 3.84 Kahekili Beach (Old Airport) Maui, Hawaiian Islands
Always seems to be a nice dive no matter what. Just dove there 2 days ago. Enter and kick North, then drift back with the current and light kicking. With years of diving in Hawaii, I finally got caught without a dive flag by the DNR law enforcement guys, they let me off with a warning since I'm from "out of town". Showers are great, parking is shady, but on the weekends sometimes groups can rent the picnic area and that plugs up the parking....
05/27/2003 3.66 Kapalua Bay Maui, Hawaiian Islands
Just dove this site a few days ago. Get there early to get a good parking spot! Easy entry and exit, there was a bit of a swell from the north so the vis was not that great until we got out around the corner... nice place with nice showers.
01/23/2002 4.16 Mile Marker 4 The Big Island, Hawaiian Islands
This is a fun spot, been there about 20 times, never gets tiring. The wall along the road is great for gearing up. Sometimes you see other divers, but normally it just snorkelers. It's a quick trip to get tanks filled too. The tubes are fun, and sometimes there are turtles in the tubes. Try going around the other way (north) it's shallow, and gets a bit surgy, but I've seen more turtles on this side.
01/23/2002 3.70 Mahukona The Big Island, Hawaiian Islands
Nice spot, easy entry down the steps. The dive is shallow , I don't think I hit more than 40 feet. Large anchor chain, and parts of an old ammo ship, prop, drive shaft and motor. Some locals snorkeling, not to many divers during the week. Dive Puako in the morning, get a fresh tank at Kohala Divers, then head up to Mahukona.
01/23/2002 4.10 Puako Village End The Big Island, Hawaiian Islands
One of my favorite dives on the island. I normally enter from the sandy beach down the road a hundred feet. The lava tubes are cool, and every time I've been there we have seen turtles. Once, late in the afternoon, I was caught by some wind chop on the way in, made it more difficult to exit, but no big deal. A fun spot. I always wait to rent my tank up at Kohala, and then get a fill and lunch, then do a second dive.