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Maui Certified Scuba Diving Tour

  • Certified scuba diving tour from Maui
  • Select from three locations: the Lanai coast, Maui coast or a Maui shipwreck
  • See green sea turtles and other tropical marine life
Maui Certified Scuba Diving Tour
From US$152.90
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Lanai Dive w/ Extra EquipmentMost Popular
Departs at 6:30am; Monday through Saturday; two dives at two locations. For this option, use of buoyancy compensator, regulator, wetsuit and computer is included.
From US$235.40
Lanai Dive
Departs at 6:30am; Monday through Saturday; two dives at two locations. For this option you must bring your own equipment. Required equipment: buoyancy compensator, regulator, wetsuit & computer
From US$196.90
Maui Dive
Departs at 12:30pm Departing on select Tuesdays only; 1- or 2-tank dive at one location. For this option you must bring your own equipment. Required: buoyancy compensator, regulator, wetsuit & computer
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On this Maui scuba dive for certified divers, explore the reefs, wrecks and shoreline of Maui and neighboring Lanai, where Hawaiian green sea turtles and colorful fish patrol the coral reefs. Visit the underwater cathedrals off Lanai or a scuttled whaling ship off Maui, and in addition to keeping you safe in the water, your expert guides will also provide you with some light snacks and juice. There are various options available for divers, depending upon site and equipment, and this Maui scuba tour visits some of Hawaii’s top dive spots.
What to Expect
When booking this Maui scuba diving tour, choose from three different diving options spread out across Maui and Lanai. All of the dive sites offer clear visibility and a wealth of tropical marine life, including the chance to see Hawaiian green sea turtles in their natural, underwater environment. The dive boat departs from a ramp in Lahaina and holds a maximum of 12 passengers, with only six divers assigned to each guide for an enjoyable, small-group experience. Between dive sites, nibble on snacks and light refreshments as you recharge for the next dive. 
Lanai Dive:Rise with the sun for an early departure towards the southwestern shoreline of Lanai, where you’ll explore the famous underwater 'cathedrals' and the island’s volcanic coastline. 'First Cathedral' is off Manele boat harbor and is known for its underwater dome, whereas 'Second Cathedral' has multiple openings and a rare sprig of black coral. The island of Lanai has more than 40 named dive sites, two of which you’ll share with marine life on this Lanai scuba dive from Maui.
Maui Coast Dive:If you want to count frog fish and Hawaiian green sea turtles from your list of species you’ve encountered, then this dive along the Maui shoreline is the one that you’ll want to book. This tour departs in the early afternoon — so you have the chance to sleep in — and scours the colorful coral reefs of Maui’s leeward shore. Choose from either a 1- or 2-tank dive, depending on your energy and comfort, and spend most of the dive between 30-40 feet (9-12 meters) in search of tropical marine life. Peer under ledges to find white tipped reef sharks, or look out towards the open blue to scan for passing eagle rays. Because the boat ride is kept very short and the dives are at shallow depths, this is the perfect option for any level of diver, from just certified up to advanced. 

Maui Wreck Dive:For one of the deepest dives on Maui and the chance to visit a once-buried whaling ship book this 2-tank scuba dive along the Lahaina coastline. Here you’ll explore the Carthaginian and all of its many critters, which have slowly amassed to form a reef on the rigging and mast of the ship. The second dive is shallower than the first, and in addition to the searching for reef sharks and fish, you’ll enjoy a dive that perfect for practicing underwater photography.
Reviews (78)
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Reviewed 19 October 2018
A solid dive operation

I used Extended Horizons for a two tank boat dive. Our first dive was to the wreck of the Carthaginian. It's a former whaling ship right where it belongs - sunk to the ocean floor helping to sustain life rather than take it. When we...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Matthew F
Reviewed 18 October 2018
Great Adventure!

We booked at the last minute, the night before, and had an excellent experience with Captain Victoria and training Captain Chris, Jace and Mike as our dive masters. We went to Lania for two dives at Fish Rock and the Cathedrals. They were patient with...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Molly O
Reviewed 24 September 2018
Best dive operation in Maui!

The best Dive operation in Maui!!! The diving exceeded any expectations I could have ever had.. Eric and his Wife Victoria are very professional and provide a detailed education about the unique Sea life in Maui. I experienced Cool interactions with frog fish, 10-15 different...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank SharkyLarkyscuba
Reviewed 8 August 2018
Best Scuba school and service

My boys and I took the online course then got certified in Maui. The team at Extended Horizons were all professional and so much fun. Erik has put together a great team. We loved our instructor Harmony and would highly suggest you ask for her....More

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank JPont11
Reviewed 6 August 2018
The best dive masters ever!!!

Mike was our dive master! The boat is a moderate size dive boat. It doesn’t carry 65 people or 20+ divers. The two dive masters aboard were very highly trained and experienced! Not just in scuba diving, but also in Marine biology and underwater eco...More

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank Stephanie B
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7 September 2018|
Response from DontwaitMn | Reviewed this property |
If you haven't dove in years it is a good idea to have some easy dives or to go through a refresher dive with a dive master. There are some easier shore dives. I would tell whatever dive shop you may be going through your... More