Join us for our 2022 Marine Education Program on the North Shore of Oahu

It's that time of the year again!  Welcome to Hawaii Eco Divers' 2022 Marine Education Program at the Pupukea Marine Conservation District on the North Shore of Oahu. Shark's Cove, Pupukea Marine Conservation District. North Shore Oahu As part of our commitment to protect our oceans, Hawaii Eco Divers is hosting our annual Marine Education Program at Shark's Cove on the North Shore of Oahu during the summer 2022. This program allows students to gain insight on what is happening in the under...

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The Apnea & Surf Survival course is returning to Pacifica, California in May 2022.

Apnea & Surf Survival Training is invaluable for anyone who spends time in the ocean: surfers, lifeguards, distance swimmers and divers. Increase your survival potential and improve your breath hold skills in our full 2 day seminar. Apnea & Surf Survival. Pacifica, California Hawaii Eco Divers brings the Apnea Training and Surf Survival course back to California on May 21st and 22nd, 2022. Apnea Training for Surfers  SIGN UP How long can you hold your breath without panicking? The ...

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Apnea & Surf Survival for kids. Santa Cruz, California

Apnea & Surf Survival training is invaluable for anyone who wants to increase their ocean safety and awareness skills, specially kids who spend time in the water. This course is intended to improve your son/daughter's breathing ability, breath holding and surf survival skills. It will make them surf with more confidence and feel safer in the ocean.   Apnea & Surf Survival training for kids Hawaii Eco Divers brings the Apnea and Surf Survival training for kids to Santa Cruz, Ca...

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Apnea & Surf Survival – Puerto Escondido, Mexico

Apnea & Surf Survival - Puerto Escondido, Mexico Apnea & Surf Survival Training es invaluable para cualquiera que pase tiempo en el océano: surfistas, Salvavidas , nadadores de distancia y buceadores. ¡Aumenta tu potencial de supervivencia y mejora tus habilidades para contener la respiración tomando este curso que cambiará la forma en que respiras y surfeas para siempre! ¡Todos los surfistas son bienvenidos! Hawaii Eco Divers trae el curso Apnea y Surf Survival a Puerto Escondid...

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Scuba Diving Near Aulani Resort
Scuba Diving Near Aulani Resort

Scuba Diving Near Aulani Resort On the southwest end of Oahu, less than a 30 minute ride from the airport, lies the beautiful Aulani Disney Resort and Spa. And with a short 5 minute drive up the road, you arrive at one of our favorite dive sites on the island: Electric Beach. Aptly named because of it's proximity to the electric Kahe Power Plant, the power plant works to the adventures advantage. Two of the plants cooling pipes shoot warm water into the ocean, attracting all kinds of ocean life...

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Underwater Navigation

Underwater Navigation Have you ever gotten lost while diving? Is it something you worry about? Or have you been on a scuba tour and wondered how your instructor didn't get lost? If so, underwater navigation is for you! Underwater navigation skills serve divers in many ways. Confidence in navigation helps ease anxiety, avoid long surface swims, converse air, and avoid buddy separation. Scuba divers use a couple different techniques to find their way underwater. They track distance, use natura...

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Scuba Diving O’ahu in the Summer

The Beauty of Shark's Cove As the winter season ends, surfers pack their bags and head home. The swell has passed. Great diving conditions are here to stay on the North Shore! The place to be is Sharks Cove. Summer is the best time to scuba dive on O'ahu's North Shore. Hawaii Eco Divers is Haleiwa's local dive shop with the most expert tours on the island.  Shark’s Cove was named in honor of the butcher who lived across the street. When he would throw old meat into the water, the plac...

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Open Water Certification Course
Open Water Certification Course

Anticipation for Open Water Certification I earned my Open Water Certification through Hawaii Eco Divers in my first two weeks of arriving in Hawaii. Reading my Open Water certification manual, I felt nervous. I learned to swim very young, and felt comfortable in the water, both as a swimmer and as someone who participated in recreational water sports; wake boarding, surfing, etc. But as the manual listed danger after danger, and tried to explain what seemed like complex gear, the easy familia...

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Aloha! The Hawaii Experience via the Divemaster Work-Trade Program

The Move "Aloha! Welcome to Hawaii! We're glad your here!" This phrase has been said to me over and over, but I never get tired of hearing it. Picking up your life and moving across the country, even just for a couple months, is scary. You don't know the area or the people. The culture is different and confusing. When you step off the plane, you realize you are in a whole new land by yourself, and that can be a painfully lonely realization. Luckily, that's not the Hawaii experience. Altho...

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Top Five Biggest Worries of Scuba Diving Deconstructed

Have concerns about diving? In this blog post, we’re going to deconstruct the biggest scuba diving worries.  1. Running out of Air One of the biggest concerns of divers, and also one of the most easily avoidable, is running out of air. Your air gauge measures how much PSI is left in your tank. Fifteen-hundred is half a tank, and 500 means you’re low on air. If you ever get to 500 PSI, signal to guide. After that, we can surface swim to wherever we need to be. Being honest when your guide ...

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