Long time Ohana of Jacks Diving Locker, Alli Craig is taking on the enormous responsibility of JDLs Conservation efforts.
Growing up in a beach town in San Diego, Alli knew early on she had a deep love and connection with the ocean. But it […]
What types of debris do you see in the water when your diving?
Here in Hawaii, the way the ocean currents flow, most ghost gear collects in the Pacific garbage patch, but some spins out and washes ashore. We also find fishing equipment such […]
Jack's Diving Locker has now issued more than 20,000+ PADI certifications! The lucky student diver completed a nitrox certification with our beloved Instructor Keller Lagos. We just recently celebrated our 40th anniversary, so this is another big milestone.
Ana Verzone, the host of the Rebel […]
If you’ve been visiting Big Island and Jack’s Diving Locker for a while, you’ve probably walked into a few different locations over the decades and been on a few different boats. As we celebrate 40 years this year, we thought we’d take a walk down […]
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 […]