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.
This fun wreck dive is filled with spotted eels, turtles, and, sometimes, white tip reef sharks.
Underwater navigation is a crucial dive skill, but it does not need to be difficult. Become a better, more confident diver who always knows where they are going. Start the SSI Navigation specialty online today!
Discover pristine dive sites that cannot be reached from shore and experience the excitement of liveaboard diving. Become an SSI boat diver. You will learn all the skills and techniques you need to dive safely and comfortably from a variety of boats, including small personal craft and liveaboards. Upon completion, you will earn your SSI Boat Diving Specialty certification.
Do you enjoy diving with nitrox? Are you ready to take your enriched air diving deeper? Advance your nitrox diving knowledge and skills with the SSI Extended Range Nitrox program. Upon completion, you will be certified to dive to a depth of 40 meters / 130 feet with limited decompression while using nitrox. Learn the techniques and procedures for using breathing gases up to 100% oxygen for decompression. Start online today!
Are you ready to become a deep diver and explore deeper wrecks, coral-encrusted walls, reefs and more? Many exciting dive sites lie in deep waters and the SSI Deep Diving Specialty will teach you how to get there – safely and with confidence. You will learn how to plan and conduct dives to between 18 and 40 meters deep and earn your SSI Deep Diving Specialty certification.