1 TANK MALA WHARF DIVE & SNORKEL
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1 Tank Certified Diver: $149.00
Snorkeler (Ages 5+): $129.00
Add Private Dive Master: $300.00
Gratuity is not included
Tuesday and Thursday
Includes: All Equipment (Snorkel, Mask, Fins, Wetsuit, BCD, Regulator, Tanks, Weights), Heavy Appetizers, Snacks, Drinks, Reef-Safe Sunscreen and Towels
Items to Bring: Swim Suit, Sunglasses, Light Jacket, Certification Card (Open Water Diver) and Cash for Gratuity and Merchandise .
This dive requires you download and complete the medical form listed below.
- 1 Tank Certified Dive
- Snorkeler Option
- Dive Depth 20' - 40' (avg.)
- Mala Wharf
- Heavy Pupu's, Snacks and Drinks
- Private Charters Available
- Departs from Ma'alaea
CHECK-IN / LOCATION
CHECK IN : 1:00 pm
TIME: 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm (4 hours)
CHECK IN LOCATION: Ma’alaea Harbor on the Oceanside pier.
For charters through October 31, check-in at Slip #38.
For charters starting November 1, check-in at Slip #74.
This dive and snorkel excursion is ideal for divers of all experience and those bringing snorkelers! Join us for an afternoon of snorkeling and diving aboard the Maka Koa. This is a great way for snorkelers and divers to enjoy their underwater adventure together!
Our destination is Mala Wharf, a sunken pier turned wildlife haven. This concrete pier was built in 1922, but soon sank due to heavy surf and strong currents. Over time, this concrete jungle has become a prime destination for both divers and snorkelers looking for a wide variety of critters. Look out for schools of reef fish, green sea turtles, gray reef sharks, white tip reef sharks, eagle rays, eels, octopus, and much more! Dive depth averages around 30-40 feet.
**Trip location can be subject to change due to weather and ocean conditions, as the Captain sees fit for the safety and well being of the guests.**
Between the end of December and the end of April this trip affords a great opportunity to see humpback whales in the waters surrounding Maui which is a National Marine Sanctuary for these endangered whales.