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The Lionfish Is Invasive & Dangerous, So Why Not Kill Them In Hawaii?

03 Jun, 2022 Creature Feature LaurenS COMMENTS
The Lionfish Is Invasive & Dangerous, So Why Not Kill Them In Hawaii?

  The invasive side of Lionfish  The lionfish is a beautiful predatory fish and has become popular in saltwater aquariums. With their long spines and dramatic patterns, these fish are truly a sight to behold.  They have no known predators, aside from humans, in their invasive […]


Hawaiian Beaked Whales: Rare To The Point Of Elusive

03 Jun, 2022 Creature Feature LaurenS COMMENTS
Hawaiian Beaked Whales: Rare To The Point Of Elusive

  Hawai'i has a vibrant and thriving marine ecosystem. The islands are home to some of the world’s rarest and most endangered animals. Most visitors are familiar with humpback whales, but many do not know about the other cetaceans that frequent Hawaiian waters.  The beaked […]


Meet The Tiger Sharks Of Hawaii Island

06 May, 2022 Creature Feature LaurenS COMMENTS
Meet The Tiger Sharks Of Hawaii Island

  Just outside Honokohau Harbor, where most of our trips depart, are a group of dive sites that have become “crew favorites”.    Why?  Several reasons:    We often see Eagle Rays, Dolphins, Turtles, big Jacks, Frogfish, Eels, Octopus, and Barracuda there.    We always see large numbers […]


Caution: Look Out For These Crazy-cool Hawaiian Critters

06 May, 2022 Creature Feature LaurenS COMMENTS
Caution: Look Out For These Crazy-cool Hawaiian Critters

  Hawaii is a bucket list destination for many people. And we are thrilled you are visiting! But beware, here are the top 5 cool sea creatures you want to keep your distance from on your next dive.  Hawaiian Monk Seal  In the Hawaiian language, […]


Creature Feature - Day Octopus

20 Jun, 2021 Creature Feature SheilaB COMMENTS
Creature Feature - Day Octopus

A diver favorite, the Day Octopus, is the most common and frequently seen octopus in Hawaii.  This master of hide-and-seek often means divers swim right over them without noticing! While they are most active during early mornings and late afternoons, they spend about half their […]