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Thanks to Jay for organising a dive trip on the very busy IronMan day. Two lovely dives at Place of Refuge. Jay very considerate, thoughtful and a great guide. Pick up bang on time, well prepared and good snacks!!!
No doubt the best operation in Maui. Captain Charley gets you on the reef first in the fastest boat I have seen in Maui. I did four dives with them. Will certainly go back again. Requested a backside Molokini dive and the weather and sea...More
We did many many shore dives on the big Island....there are so many that they could take up your whole vaca. Jay is the only person of all the shops that gave us information on shore dives. Everyone else was tight lipped because they wanted...More
This is the cheapest place to rent SCUBA tanks and weights I found on the Kona side. If you plan to dive a lot, then the price would make a difference. The weights like in most other places around are hard lead and somewhat beaten...More
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HawaiianScubaShack, Owner at Hawaiian Scuba Shack, responded to this reviewResponded November 11, 2013
Sorry for not offering you soft weights. There are in stock upon request for rent at no extra cost.
the captain ( jay) & his sidekick(ray) were knowledgeable, patient and qualified.
he knew where to go.
if you do only one dive, it MUST be the manta dive - work it into your schedule!
jay has the whole thing wired - knows when &...More
Jay and his crew where extremely reasonable and helpful. Two families with lots of children seems stressful but not so here. They were extremely helpful and safety oriented. Thank You Hawaiian Scuba Shack for some of my most memorable dives. The gear, lights, etc were...More
The Hawaiian Scube Shack in Kona is not the biggest operator in Kona. But when you're doing the Manta Ray Night Dive he's the guy with the biggest lights. He plants his lights down there already before the dive, to start attracting the Manta's. And...More