Let's see.....so you......

Wanna dive?

Let's check out what's

down there!

Kona is home to hundreds of species of Hawaiian reef fishes.  The next few pages will feature underwater photos taken while scuba diving off the shores of Kona.

Four spot butterfly  and cleaner wrasse Ornate butterfly Hairy yellow hermit crab Regal slipper lobster
Hawaiian lionfish Stout moray Leaf Scorpion Strawberry nudibranch

Whaleshark

Wish I could promise seeing whale sharks every dive, but you never know...

More Photos

These are but a few of the wonderful critters you can see while diving here in Kona.

All pic's were taken with our Sea & Sea MX 10 in varying conditions (day, night, shallow, deep, etc.).    I intend to add to this gallery from time to time, so do check back.

 

Refresher Dives

Shore Dives

1st Timer Dives

Pricing

SCUBA CLASSES

Night Dives

Fish Photos

Links

Wanna Dive Homepage

Vacation Rental

2 and 3 Tank Morning Boat Dives

Random Blabber

Underwater Video Clips

Underwater Photography

Scuba Diving and Snorkeling With Mantas

Private Dive Charters Available

 

 

Reservations and Policies

check out our blog to view occasional updates on conditions, additional photos or to just waste some time

Visit any or all of these pages to see more pictures and to learn more about

Wanna Dive? of Kona

"Helping to bridge the gap between Man and Fish since the dawn of the Millennium"

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Wanna Dive?  If you'd like to set up some diving or instruction, or have questions about our services.... E-mail us at:  Steve@wanna-dive-kona.com

or call Steve or Pat 7am-8pm Hawaii time:

  Toll Free at  1-877-DIVE KONA (877-348-3566

on island call 808-937-1175 this number is also on Verizon Wireless' nationwide IN program.

Both numbers follow me around (you may hear it forward) and you'll get me day or night unless I'm underwater or in a cell coverage hole.

If calling, please remember the time change:  7AM Hawaii time = 10AM Pacific = 11AM Mountain =  Noon Central = 1PM Eastern