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Welcome To Grateful Diver November!

04 Nov, 2022 Events LaurenS COMMENTS
Welcome To Grateful Diver November!

- Patti Clay What are you grateful for as a diver?     Here at Jack’s, we are grateful for our beautiful Ocean and our amazing Hawaiian reefs and ecosystem! Because we value marine stewardship and wish to preserve these amazing reefs for future generations, […]


Fishing With The Great Barracuda

03 Nov, 2022 Creature Feature LaurenS COMMENTS
Fishing With The Great Barracuda

  The Great Barracuda is a type of ray-finned fish that inhabits the Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea, and Gulf Coast of Florida. It also swims off the coasts of Mexico, northern South America, and Hawaii. Barracudas, of which the Great Barracuda is a type, all […]


The World's 2nd Smallest Shark And The Largest Shark Was Seen On The Pelagic Magic Dive In The Span Of Less Than 2 Weeks!

15 Oct, 2022 Creature Feature LaurenS COMMENTS
The World's 2nd Smallest Shark And The Largest Shark Was Seen On The Pelagic Magic Dive In The Span Of Less Than 2 Weeks!

  An Ironman visitor that later found our Captain! Our awesome volunteers who helped Jacks Diving Locker set up the Ironman Swim Course had a surprise visitor. A huge Whale shark! On the same beautiful day Captain David, toured the Classic Morning Dive guests to see the Ironman Swim […]


Ironman 2022 With Jacks Diving Locker

14 Oct, 2022 Crew News LaurenS COMMENTS
Ironman 2022 With Jacks Diving Locker

  Ironman race days!  We are so happy to have been a part of Ironman again this year. There is no better way to spend the morning than on the Ironman swim course. It's so fun to watch the athletes come in and out of […]


Oceanic Whitetip: The Bad Reputation

14 Oct, 2022 Creature Feature LaurenS COMMENTS
Oceanic Whitetip: The Bad Reputation

  The oceanic whitetip is a species of shark that's often called the "ultimate predator." It is mostly a very slow-moving shark, but when it is attracted to something that appears to be food, its movements become more enthusiastic and it approaches cautiously but stubbornly. […]