Hawaiian Islands

Hawaii is an archipelago in the northern part of the Pacific Ocean. Underwater landscape was formed by flows of molten lava in the shape of arches, craters and caves. Both daily and safari diving are possible in Hawaii. The most popular islands for diving are Kona, Molokini, Maui, Kauai and Oahu.

Here you can find all essential information to choose your next perfect Hawaii liveaboard trip.

Location: the middle of the North Pacific Ocean, to the south-west of North America

What to see: Here divers can find endemic fish species, schools of butterflyfish, angelfish, Hawaiian lionfish, dolphins, turtles, mantas, humpback whales (November-February), Spanish dancers, Zebra spiny eels, toadfish, Lunula (Raccoon) butterflyfish and national fish - reef triggerfish.

Depth: 6-12m/20-40ft

Currents: 1-3knots

Visibility: 10-30m/32-98ft

Season for diving: All year round, although a larger amount of rainfall is observed from October to April. Air temperature in summer varies between 29-32C/84-90F and 18-21C/64-70F in winter. Water temperature ranges between 22-26C/72-79F.

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