Aaron’s Dive Shop dives predominantly in Maunalua Bay out of Hawaii Kai. This bay and the area surrounding it boasts a variety of different diving opportunities! From WWII wrecks, to reefs, caves and craters – no day is the same!
Sea life encountered varies as dramatically as the sites. The beauty of the ocean is no dive site is the same two days in a row. Local creatures you could encounter in the bay include everything from green sea turtles to Hawaiian monk seals (endangered) to whale sharks, humpback whales, white tip reef sharks, humuhumunukunukuapua’a (Hawaiian state fish), puffer fish, moray eels and SO much more!
Aaron’s CANNOT guarantee any dive sites due to the nature of the ocean.
With weather & conditions changing quickly, we will do our best to get you the best, safest dive possible!
This wreck is often referred to as the ‘Upside-down LCU’ because it was purposely sunk as an artificial reef in the upside-down position, creating an interesting and unique Oahu diving experience.
This 100ft wreck is overflowing with life! The coral has taken over this artificial reef so it is safe to no longer call it ‘artificial’. This site has no permanent buoy and is considered a drift dive.
This reef site is a 20ft ledge running in either direction from the mooring line. With the ledge boasting crevasses and ocean floor expanding in every direction, the possibilities for marine sightings of all kinds are high.