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The Hawaiian Dream: The Divemaster Work-Trade Program with Hawaii Eco Divers

Discovering the Underwater World Have you ever dreamt of exploring the underwater world, surrounded by vibrant marine life and captivating reefs? Growing up in Orlando, Florida I’ve always been drawn to the ocean and the idea of being able to spend more time underwater than just as long as my breath could take me. Even…

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July 25, 2023

How to improve your underwater navigation for scuba diving

While working on my Advanced Open Water Diver certificate with Hawaii Eco Divers, I’ve had the chance to develop and expand upon many of the skills learned in my basic Open Water class. Learning these skills is exciting and rewarding with a classroom as beautiful as Shark’s Cove. This particular dive site is full of…

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July 16, 2019


The main thing you will learn is to oxygenate your body more efficiently. The results? More focus, energy, and increased breath hold ability in the water, which boosts your performance and safety — key ingredients for survival. Next course: July 21stand 22nd on Oahu, HI — lifeguards don’t pay! Apnea students, in Chile, ready to train! After teaching…

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July 10, 2019

Scuba diving with an eco friendly dive school makes a huge difference!

Marine conservation, eco-tourism, education, and more: Scuba diving with an eco friendly dive school makes a huge difference! If there is one thing that all scuba divers have in common, it would be our love for the ocean. Life under the sea is miraculous, and so vastly different than we humans normally get to experience. We…

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August 31, 2018

NEW SCUBA DIVER GUIDE: Why does my wet suit give me a rash?

“Every time I scuba dive, I end up with chaffing on my body. What do I do to stop this from happening?” —————————- Hello Diver! Thank you for asking this question! Don’t feel alone in this problem – lots of divers experience this. Getting a wetsuit rash or light burn, while unpleasant, is not uncommon….

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August 3, 2018

PADI Rescue Diver Course taught me how to save a life – Scuba Diving Dangers

Former Dive Master Candidate Colt taking the PADI Rescue Diver course with Hawaii EcoDivers How to handle panic, drowning, and health issues when diving: emergency preparedness through Hawaii Eco Divers’ PADI Rescue Diver course on the North Shore of Oahu. Let me tell you a story about a dive emergency, explaining how I was able…

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June 22, 2018

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…

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April 19, 2018

Kayaking in Oahu

Explore Oahu can be even prettier and adventurous on a kayak tour. The views are completely breathtaking and you will have a different perspective of Hawaii’s beautiful scenarios of the North Shore and have the opportunity to interact respectfully with the marine life. All ages are welcome to do a kayak tour with Hawaii Eco Divers and children under…

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December 21, 2016

Summer dives on the North Shore

Diving into the Wonders of Oahu’s North Shore Aloha, Ocean Lovers! Welcome to the heart of summer, the season where the vibrant North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii, transforms into a diver’s paradise! As we embrace the sunny days between May and September, we’re especially excited about August – a month synonymous with underwater adventures. The…

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August 12, 2016

PADI Divemaster Internship Hawaii

Aloha! Our new Divemaster Intern, Emma Ceolin, shares her experience working with Hawaii Eco Divers! This is what she has to say. My name is Emma Ceolin and I’m the new Divemaster Intern with Hawaii Eco Divers. I recently moved to the magical North Shore Oahu from Australia. As a PADI Rescue Diver, freediver, surfer,…

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April 2, 2016

John John Florence wins Eddie Aikau 2016

John John Florence Triumphs at the Eddie Aikau Big Wave Invitational 2016 On February 25, 2016, the legendary shores of Waimea Bay on Oahu’s North Shore were witness to a historic moment in surfing history. Hawaiian native John John Florence, at the young age of 23, captured the title at the ninth edition of the…

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February 27, 2016

Eddie Aikau is happening

This prestigious event, deeply rooted in the rich tapestry of Hawaiian surfing culture, transcends the boundaries of a mere sporting competition. It stands as a profound and heartfelt tribute to the legendary Hawaiian waterman and hero, Eddie Aikau, whose spirit continues to resonate with surf enthusiasts and ocean lovers across the globe. Waimea Bay, with…

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February 8, 2016

Historic surf season in January

Historic Surf Season in January: El Niño January 30, 2016, marked a remarkable period in the world of surfing, particularly for the Hawaiian archipelago. Renowned for his contributions to Waves, a Brazilian portal specializing in surf, Ricardo Taveira, the owner of Hawaii Eco Divers, shared his insights in a recently published article. Taveira, a seasoned…

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January 30, 2016

HED team member volunteers to help false killer whale

In the gentle embrace of the Hawaiian shores, where the spirit of Aloha flourishes, a story unfolded in early November that touched the hearts of many and underscored the profound connection between humans and the marine world. At Keiki Beach, on the pristine North Shore of Oahu, a young false killer whale found itself in…

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November 22, 2015