Certified 2-Tank Sunken Ship/Reef Boat Dive (from Kewalo Basin Harbor)
Dive inside of a sunken Chinese trade vessel known as the “Sea Tiger.” Relive its mysterious history while viewing unique reef environments firsthand.
Most people only see wrecked ships on the Discovery Channel, but not you! Enjoy a sense of freedom from gravity and surface worries as you swim alongside a sunken Chinese vessel. Confiscated in the 1990s for carrying illegal immigrants to Hawaii, the ship was later purchased by a private company and renamed to Sea Tiger before being purposely sunk off the coast of Oahu to create a thriving reef. Only advanced-level divers are accepted, as the vessel's bottom rests on the sand at 110 feet deep! Enjoy the adventure of a lifetime and stay safe!
- Ticket prices vary depending on the activity date. Please consult the availability calendar for pricing details.
- All divers must be able to complete the PADI Medical Release Form. If you answer "yes" to any of the questions on this medical questionnaire, you must bring a note from your doctor clearing you to scuba dive.
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GE Tax 4.712% included
- Duration (incl. transportation): 3.5 - 5 hour(s)
- Available: Daily
You can choose either Pick-up (additional fee) or Check-in (free).
Round-Trip from Waikiki free x per personRound-Trip from Waikiki free x per person
- Inclusion: Cruise fee / Scuba diving equipment & wetsuit / Guide
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Schedule & Location
Time & Location
Time & Location
07:00-07:45 Pick-up from Waikiki Hotels & Check-in at Kewalo Basin Harbor
08:00 Diving Experience from The KahakaiExperience a world of mystery and beauty as you explore one of Oahu's most popular sunken ships—the Sea Tiger. Wrecks offer a unique window to a different kind of underwater world. After nearly two decades on the bottom of the ocean, the Sea Tiger is now one of the most amazing dive sites in Hawaii.
11:00-11:45 Check-out & Drop-off
- Guests may not scuba dive if they have any medical issues indicated on the "PADI Medical Statement and Questionnaire." Those with medical issues must consult with a physician and receive a completed "RSTC Medical Statement."
- For safety reasons, guests must be able to communicate effectively in English to participate in this activity.
- Scuba diving certification is required.
- Do not drink alcohol within 8 hours of scuba diving.
- Guests may not fly within 24 hours of a two-tank scuba dive due to the high risk of decompression sickness.
- Guests who are pregnant are not permitted to participate in this activity.
- Guests with neck, back or joint problems are not permitted to participate in this activity.
- This activity is not wheelchair accessible.
- People 15 years old and above can participate in this activity.
Required Items to Bring & Attire
- Please fill out the PADI Medical Release Form prior to your departure for Hawaii. If you answer "yes" to any questions, a doctor's note will be required for participation.
Requirement(s) - Others
- Participants are required to disclose their medical conditions.
- Participants will be weighed upon check-in.
- Participant's height will be measured upon check-in.
- Participants are required to sign a liability waiver at the time of check-in.
- Minors are required to have a parent or guardian sign their liability waiver.
- The activity schedule is subject to change or cancellation due to weather or traffic conditions.
- You will share the transportation with other customers.
- The activity provider does not assume any responsibility for your valuables and/or personal belongings.
- The tour guide has full discretion to refuse service to customers based on attire, behavior, physical fitness and condition.
- This activity may be changed or canceled for your safety, medical issues or comfort.
- Gratuity is not included in the price.
- If you are driving on your own, you will be required to pay a parking fee.
How deep are the Oahu wreck dives?
- The shipwrecks in Hawaii are generally between 70 and 110 feet deep. Sea Tiger's bottom rests on the sand at 110 feet deep.
How many divers do you take at once?
- Tours usually take no more than four divers per instructor.
How safe is it to dive at the shipwreck site?
- Scuba diving on wrecks in Hawaii can be challenging. Most areas are known for strong currents and erratic surface conditions. Stick to your route and don't deviate. You should be safe if you follow your instructor's directions carefully. However, please watch for sharp pieces of metal and eels who love these types of artificial homes.
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- Any cancellations made after 17:00 local time, 3 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.