September 30, 2021, 6:30 PM HST in Honolulu, HI. SCUBA divers on night dive exploring the Sea Tiger shipwreck in Honolulu, HI.
We have often been asked "Are there any shipwrecks in Hawaii?". Yes, and likewise, some are available for recreational scuba diving exploration, the most popular being the Sea Tiger shipwreck. Although there are other shipwreck located in Hawaii few are as fun or easy to dive as the Sea Tiger wreck. This shipwreck in Honolulu was intentional sunk in 1998 as an artificial reef for recreational scuba diving and the viewing pleasure of passengers on Voyager Submarines.
Most importantly, Can you scuba on hawaii shipwrecks in hawaii? Yes, amongst the recreational scuba diving enthusiasts in Honolulu, they feel the Sea Tiger is an amazing dive. The Sea Tiger wreck sits at an average depth of 115 feet underwater at the sand, the ships deck level at about 100 feet. The Sea Tiger's length overall is around 190 feet in long and a 38 foot bream. Three basic levels on the Sea Tiger including, massive main deck, below deck has area storage hold, engine room with head and bunks and a wheelhouse. As a result, it very easy to navigate and allows for core penetration with wide corridors and passageways.
In conclusion, What is best shipwreck for SCUBA in Hawaii? In fact, hands down, the Sea Tiger is the best wreck for recreational scuba diving in Hawaii. For both ease of diving as well as overall enjoyment and variety of marine life the Sea Tiger is hard to beat. Furthermore, our dive company offers daily boat charters as well as night dive to the Sea Tiger Shipwreck. Please see our online reservation calendar to check availability and to reserve your scuba diving tour.
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SCUBA SEA Tiger Night Dive on 10-30-2021. exploration on the Sea Tiger wreck in Honolulu, HI. For certified divers in Honolulu, this is the best scuba dive in Hawaii. Always a variety of sea life including Hawaiian green sea turtles, moray eels, sponge crabs and schools of reef fish about his shipwreck in Hawaii.