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Maui Dive Shop Molokini and St. Anthony Wreck Dive

2 TANK MOLOKINI & St. ANTHONY WRECK

BOOK THIS DIVE

IF YOU PREFER TO ORDER BY PHONE:
Toll Free (US only): 1- 800-542-3483 Ext. 1
Local: 1-808-875-0333

PRICING
tax & fees not included in pricing

OW Certified Diver: $149.95
Snorkeler: $89.95
Snorkeler (child 4-12): $69.95
Kama'aina Rates available - contact us for details
Gratuity is not included

DESTINATIONS (Days)
Monday & Friday

Includes: Snorkel, Mask, Fins, Wetsuit, Snacks, Breakfast, Lunch, and Drinks

Items to Bring:  Swim Suit, Towel, Light Jacket and Certification Card

Optional Equipment: BCD & REG
(available for an additional charge)

FREE TRANSPORTATION

Complimentary Transportation from the resort areas on the south and west sides of Maui.

FEATURES

  • 2 Tank Dive
  • Dive Depth 65' (avg.)
  • Molokini Location
  • St. Anthony Wreck Location
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Snacks and Drinks
  • Private Charters Available
  • Departs from Ma'alaea
  • Free Transportation

CHECK-IN / LOCATION

CHECK IN : 6:15 am
TIME:
7:00 am to 12:00 pm (5 hours)
CHECK IN LOCATION: Maui Dive Shop Ma'alaea Store

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OVERVIEW

Our first destination on this trip is In 1997 the St. Anthony, a 65 foot longliner fishing boat, was sunk off Mokapu Beach in Wailea, to a depth of 60-70 ft.to become part of Maui's only official artificial reef.

Along with the deposit of hundreds of concrete weighted tires in which the marine animals have taken up residence, the area has become home to over 50 species of fish.

A number of Green Sea Turtles who pose as "pirates" on the wreckage, also call the St. Anthony their home. The wreck itself has been gutted to allow adventurous divers to enter the boat and explore the site from the inside out.

Our second dive is the world famous Molokini Crater, a marine reserve below water and bird sanctuary above. The visibility on this reef system averages 100+ feet and provides a panoramic view of the marine ecosystem. Molokini is one of the few places in the world where you can see Hawaiian garden eels, Masked angelfish, Long-nose hawk fish and many more fish endemic to the Hawaiian Islands.