Baby Barge

Baby Barge sits in roughly 65-75 feet of water. There is a possibility of strong currents in the area. The wreck is pretty dilapidated, not much of the wreck is left. South and slightly east of the wreck is a large pile of concrete blocks where sharks commonly hang around. Do not touch the wreck, it is very fragile.

Sharks and turtles are commonly spotted here. Not a lot of coral in the area. Eels and octopus have been spotted hiding in parts of the wreck.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 21 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
  • Ripping Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Artificial Reef
  • Wreck Dive

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

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Dive sites nearby

Kahala Barge

Kahala Barge is an advanced dive site at 80 - 90 feet deep, with the possibility of strong currents hitting the wreck. Kahala Barge is a very dilapidated wreck. It is not safe to penetrate the wreck due to the condition.

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Turtle Canyon (East)

Turtle Canyon is an easy, beginner level dive with a maximum depth of only 40ft, and good visibility being common any time of the year. A mild to strong current can occasionally come through, though usually current is little to none. Moorings are present, making for easy ascents/descents.

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A short 10-minute boat ride just outside of Kai Boat Marina sits Oahu’s Koko Crater dive site. Topside views of Koko Head mountain from this side are unforgettable. A great dive spot for beginners.

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Spitting Cave

Spitting Cave is one of Oahu’s more exciting, deeper dives and is accessed via boat only. This dive is for more advanced divers as it starts around 50 feet and drops down to 140 feet with natural caves carved out in the lava rocks. The current is also fairly strong here so it is considered a drift dive.

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Hanauma Bay

Hanauma Bay is the most popular nature preserve in Oahu and a great place not only to stay the day at the beach but for snorkelers, beginning divers, and experienced divers alike. This bay is teeming with life and no boats are allowed so the waters are calm and protected.

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YO-257 (Wreck)

This WWII Navy ship is one of Honolulu’s most popular dive sites and sites next to San Pedro wreck. The YO257 sits upright at 95 feet deep, about a mile off Waikiki’s coast. Those qualified to do so can penetrate the wreck through several cut-outs that have been placed throughout the wreck.

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Turtle Canyon

Turtle Canyon reef is one of the most popular dive sites on the island of Oahu due to the sheer number of sea turtles here. This reef is a turtle cleaning station and is fairly shallow, making it also a great snorkel site.

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A unique reef made from an ancient lava field, Nautilus Reef is an easy boat dive just offshore from Ala Moana Beach on the island of Oahu. The northwest side, closer to shore, is shallower and then drops off to about 100 feet on the south side.

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Sea Tiger (Wreck)

The Sea Tiger is one of the most popular wreck dives on Oahu and is the closest wreck to scuba dive from Waikiki Beach, taking only 10 minutes by boat to get there.

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Horseshoe Reef

Horseshoe Reef is one of the most popular dive sites in the Hawaiian islands. Located just off the south coast of Oahu this area usually has a lot of boat traffic and is, therefore, best done as a boat dive.

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