Apnea for Surfers seminar in Oahu, April 28 and 29th.

Hawaii Eco Divers - Apnea Training for surfers in Oahu "Lifeguards never pay!" Apnea For Surfers Seminar: April 28 and 29 Beginning this Saturday April 28th, Hawaii Eco Divers will be hosting an "Apnea for Surfers,"  two-day weekend seminar in Honolulu that will be focusing on all aspects of physiology and safety behind breath hold training. Here we will perform numerous breathing exercises to improve ventilation and breath hold during the theory development portion of the seminar on ...

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Scuba Diving near the Turtle Bay Resort

Scuba Diving near the Turtle Bay Resort on the north shore of Oahu can be great during the summer months Shark's cove is the closest world class dive site near the Turtle Bay Resort The Turtle Bay Resort is located on the north shore of Oahu. During the winter months it becomes the world capitol of surfing but during the summer time it becomes a scuba diver's paradise. One place in particular attracts scuba divers and snorkelers from all over the world to the north shore of Oahu is the Pupu...

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How Young Is Too Young to Learn Scuba Diving?
How Young Is Too Young to Learn Scuba Diving?

Scuba Diving can be intimidating for all ages. But how young is too young? Scuba diving is an exciting adventure that practically anybody can learn and enjoy. In fact, every year, people of all ages are discovering the wonders of scuba diving. While there are some minimum age restrictions, scuba agencies have lowered these for certifications. There are now modified non-certification programs for children as young as 8 years old that allow the youngest divers to be introduced to scuba divin...

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Scuba Diving on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii

The North Shore of Oahu has some of the best surfing in the world during the winter, but in the summer it becomes a scuba diving paradise!   Diving in Oahu can be amazing if you know where to dive.   Honolulu has great shipwrecks and coral reef dives.  A short boat ride will take you to incredible dive sites such as the Sea Tiger Wreck, the YO-257 & San Pedro Wrecks, and several other coral reef dive locations all near the city.  On the West coast of Oahu, diving is pristine,...

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Apnea & Surf Survival course in Oahu, Hawaii

The new surf season in Hawaii is here.  Get ready and start training apnea & surf survival. Thank God we are finally surfing again!  With the start of new surfing season, one thing comes to mind, it's going to get big soon!  And the question is, how prepared are you?  With this in mind, Hawaii Eco Divers scheduled another apnea class in October, to accommodate surfers who have already taken the course before and new comers who are willing to take the course for the first time. One thing...

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From Midwest to Mid-Sea: My journey with Hawaii Eco Divers
From Midwest to Mid-Sea: My journey with Hawaii Eco Divers

Born and raised in landlocked Indiana, it has been a goal of mine since childhood to escape the freezing winters and exchange them for a life of fun in the sun by the ocean! Not knowing exactly how to get there, I decided to major in Tourism, Hospitality, and Event Management at Indiana University. In order to graduate with my degree, one of the last requirements was that I participate in a 14 week long internship in my field of study. With my major, I had many different possibilities going...

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Enjoy Your Hawaiian Vacation!

  Winter is one of the most popular times to visit the Hawaiian Islands. The tropical weather attracts thousands of “snowbirds” from the mainland every year as people seek to escape the cold and snow and replace it with the warm sunshine and natural beauty of Hawaii. Are you Looking for Scuba Diving in Oahu, Contact Hawaii Eco Divers Not coincidentally, winter is also when many of Hawaii’s biggest events are scheduled. In January, Oahu’s Waialae Country Club hosts the annua...

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Overcoming Your Fear of Ocean Swimming in Oahu

  Enjoy Oahu Diving More people than you might imagine are actually afraid to go into the water. But snorkeling and scuba diving are actually some of the safest adventures you can have — especially when you are surrounded by experienced, qualified guides who know what they are doing. Causes of Diving Phobia The biggest reason some people are afraid of ocean diving is because they aren’t confident about their swimming skills. Fear of death by drowning is a legitimate concern. ...

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Summer dives on the North Shore
Summer dives on the North Shore

Summer dives are ON on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii! Between May and September we have the privilege of diving on this area and August is definitely a great month for it! On this time of the year we dive mostly from shore in Shark's Cove, at the Pupukea Marine Sanctuary, where the conservation district prohibits boat operations within the sanctuary zone. Here you will find a rich fish population with numerous endemic species and a unique underwater topography inclu...

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Hawaii’s Most Common Sharks

Scuba Diving with Sharks in Hawaii (Learn about all Hawaiian marine life here!) Hawaii is one of the best places in the world for shark diving. That's because there are about 40 different species of sharks found regularly in the waters around the Hawaiian islands. Eight types of sharks are considered to be common even near the shore. These include the white tipped reef shark, the scalloped hammerhead shark, the tiger shark, the Galapagos shark, the gray reef shark, and the sandbar s...

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