emocean liveaboards logo

EMOCEAN LIVEABOARDS

SEND  ENQUIRY

Submitting Form...

The server encountered an error.

Form received.

Captcha Image

 

 

Copyright © 2014-2015  The Emocean Group. All rights reserved

SPECIAL OFFERS

KONA AGGRESSOR 2

The Kona Aggressor II is built to U.S. Coast Guard and A.B.S. standards with a full complement of safety equipment. The Kona Aggressor II sleeps 14 guests in privacy and comfort. She is an 80-foot catamaran, built and powered for comfort, safety, and stability . Accommodations include 5 double staterooms and 1 roomy quad stateroom on the upper deck. Each stateroom has en-suite private toilet and shower. Each stateroom has extra storage and individual climate controls. She has a beautiful spacious salon, 50 feet of sun deck with shading, chaise lounges and deck chairs, bar and grill. Her diving amenities include freshwater rinse showers, camera tables, and nitrox. The sun deck features a bar with seating, lounge and deck chairs, stereo and CD player, shaded wet bar and grill. The Kona Aggressor has safes in every stateroom to store your valuables. Hawaii has been an Aggressor Fleet destination since 1989.

 SPECIFICATIONS

SAMPLE ITINERARY

SCHEDULES 2015

SCHEDULES 2016

SCHEDULES 2017

DIVE SITES

KONA AGGRESSOR 2 SPECIFICATIONS

Deck plan Kona Aggressor Liveaboard showing  upper deck and main deck

TECHNICAL DETAILS

Length: 80 ft.

Beam: 28

Passengers: 14

Crew:  6

Twin diesel engines on all steel and aluminum yachts

Two or more generators, 110-208 ac voltage, each capable of supplying the yachts needs independently

Two SCUBA air compressors with cascade storage

Nitrox membrane system  with cascade storage

Watermaker with ample storage

Support dinghies with outboard motors for shore excursions and scuba diving

ONBOARD SAFETY

Hang bar for safety stops (where necessary)

Complete First Aid Kit and medical supplies

D.A.N. Oxygen System with 100% demand regulator

Automatic External Defibrillator (AED)

Fire and Smoke Detection Systems

Fire extinguishers and Fire Fighting Equipment

406 EPIRB – Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon

Life rafts & rescue craft

Life jackets equipped with lights and whistles for all passengers and crew

Full Complement of Safety and Rescue Equipment

Emergency flares

NAVIGATION

Radar

Magnetic Compass

Depth sounders

Global Positioning Systems (GPS)

COMMUNICATION

Multiple VHF radios

Long Range Single Side Band Radio

Satellite Phone (where necessary)

Satellite Email (where necessary)

ENTERTAINMENT

Shore excursions to cays and beaches (where available)

Snorkeling and scuba diving

Digital underwater photography

Entertainment center, featuring a TV, DVD, stereo player and an assortment of movies and books

OTHER AMENITIES

Partially covered sun deck with chaise lounges, complete wet bar, CD Stereo player, and hot tub *

BBQ grill area

Full-service galley, freezer, and refrigerator storage

Comfortable swim platform with (2) warm freshwater showers, fin storage and (2) water exit ladders

Dive deck with personal gear lockers for in-place air/nitrox fill stations, rinse tanks and camera table with low pressure air hoses

Scuba diving equipment rentals and complimentary “loaners” if your equipment malfunctions or is delayed

Weights, weight belts, 80 cu. ft. aluminum tanks with  standard  yoke valves

DIN adapters *

BACK TO TOP

HAWAII

The Big Island's volcanic underwater topography is a diver's wonderland. Lava tubes, bommies, arches and huge craters like “Au Au Crater,” create a spectacular backdrop for Hawaii’s many indigenous species of Butterfly fish. Photographers will delight in the many subjects like Spanish Dancers, turtles, mantas and frogfish.

 Kona is located on the Big Island of Hawaii. The Kona Aggressor II operates out of downtown Kailua-Kona. The Kona Aggressor II offers a week of hassle-free diving along the western coast of the island at favorite sites like Paradise Pinnacle, Tubestria Tunnel, The Hive, Turtle Pinnacle and Rob’s Reef. The yacht ventures far from the reach of day operators to beautiful South Point, the southernmost tip of Hawaii and the United States, weather permitting. With lava flows in the background, divers suit up for a week of spectacular diving.  Excellent snorkeling is available for non-diving passengers.

 

 Diving begins Sunday morning and ends Friday afternoon when the Aggressor returns to port. Sunday through Thursday there is unlimited diving throughout the day and a night dive each evening.  Friday a half-day of diving is offered.

 

Getting There, Passports & Visa Documentation:

Guests will fly into the Kona International Airport (KOA) on Saturday.  Taxis are readily available at the curb in front of all baggage claim areas.  The Kona Aggressor II operates out of the downtown pier in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.  This is a 20-minute drive from the airport.

 

 A few major airlines fly into Kona: American Airlines, United, Delta, Alaska Air, and Hawaiian Air. There are many direct flights from the US to Honolulu with connecting service to Kona. Recommended Hotels: Royal Kona Resort.

 

Visitors must have a current passport, adequate funds to support themselves, and a return airline ticket. It is the travelers’ responsibility to ensure they have the proper visa to travel into each country on his or her itinerary as well as for re-entry and return to their country. Since regulations vary by country, contact your consulate or embassy of your country for the requirement.

 

Arrival/Boarding/Departure:

The Kona Aggressor II will dock Saturday afternoon at the Kailua Pier between 5:30-6:00 pm to greet and board passengers.  After all guests are aboard the yacht departs for its night anchorage to prepare for diving Sunday morning. After a full week of diving, the Kona Aggressor II returns back to Kailua-Kona Friday afternoon after lunch. Checkout is Saturday morning at 8 am. A crewmember will assist guests with taxi arrangements to the Kona Airport or a local hotel Saturday morning.

 

 Friday afternoon, the Kona Aggressor II returns to Kailua-Kona Bay. Guests may spend the afternoon shopping, sight seeing or just relaxing onboard until the evening cocktail party hosted by the crew. After the party, everyone will dine at a local restaurant. This is the only meal not included in the charter. Saturday morning checkout is 8:00 am.

 

Taxes & Transfers

 There are no taxes or fees.  Transfers are not included in the charter price.

BACK TO TOP

Rates are quoted in USD per person for 7 night packages unless stated. ~ Single Supplement/Private Stateroom: 65% surcharge on full charter rate. Guarantees an individual traveler a private room.

Start Date End Date # Days Type Booking details Deluxe Cabin Quad Cabin
01-31-2015 02-07-2015 7 Kona/Kona Dive the World 25% Off $2735 $2535
02-07-2015 02-14-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
02-14-2015 02-21-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals - Group 1 $2735 $2535
02-21-2015 02-28-2015 7 Kona/Kona Whole Group FULL FULL
02-28-2015 03-07-2015 7 Kona/Kona Whole Group FULL FULL
03-07-2015 03-14-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
03-14-2015 03-21-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals - Group 1 $2735 $2535
03-21-2015 03-28-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
03-28-2015 04-04-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
04-04-2015 04-11-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
04-11-2015 04-18-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
04-18-2015 04-25-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
04-25-2015 05-02-2015 7 Kona/Kona Groups Only (Half or Whole Boat) FULL FULL
05-02-2015 05-09-2015 7 Kona/Kona Jim Church Photography Cruise $2735 $2535
05-09-2015 05-16-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
05-16-2015 05-23-2015 7 Kona/Kona Whole Group FULL FULL
05-23-2015 05-30-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
05-30-2015 06-06-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
06-06-2015 06-13-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
06-13-2015 06-20-2015 7 Kona/Kona Dive the World 25% Off $2735 $2535
06-20-2015 06-27-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
06-27-2015 07-04-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
07-04-2015 07-11-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
07-11-2015 07-18-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
07-18-2015 07-25-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
07-25-2015 08-01-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
08-01-2015 08-08-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
08-08-2015 08-15-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
08-15-2015 08-22-2015 7 Kona/Kona Whole Group FULL FULL
08-22-2015 08-29-2015 7 Kona/Kona Whole Group FULL FULL
08-29-2015 09-05-2015 7 Kona/Kona Group Only (Whole boat) FULL FULL
09-05-2015 09-12-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
09-12-2015 09-19-2015 7 Kona/Kona Whole Group FULL FULL
09-19-2015 09-26-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
09-26-2015 10-03-2015 7 Kona/Kona IDive the World 25% Off $2735 $2535
10-03-2015 10-10-2015 7 Kona/Kona Whole Group FULL FULL
10-10-2015 10-17-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
10-17-2015 10-24-2015 7 Kona/Kona Whole Group FULL FULL
10-24-2015 10-31-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
10-31-2015 11-07-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
11-07-2015 11-14-2015 7 Kona/Kona Whole Group FULL FULL
11-28-2015 12-05-2015 7 Kona/Kona Group Only (Whole boat) FULL FULL
12-05-2015 12-12-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
12-12-2015 12-19-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
12-19-2015 12-26-2015 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535
12-26-2015 01-02-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2735 $2535

Note: Please do not book any travel arrangements until you have received your booking confirmation from us.

BACK TO TOP

Rates are quoted in USD per person for 7 night packages unless stated. ~ Single Supplement/Private Stateroom: 65% surcharge on full charter rate. Guarantees an individual traveler a private room.

Start Date End Date # Days Type Booking details Deluxe Cabin Quad Cabin
01-02-2016 01-09-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
01-09-2016 01-16-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
01-16-2016 01-23-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
01-23-2016 01-30-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
01-30-2016 02-06-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
02-06-2016 02-13-2016 7 Kona/Kona Whole Group $2835 $2635
02-13-2016 02-20-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
02-20-2016 02-27-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
02-27-2016 03-05-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
03-05-2016 03-12-2016 7 Kona/Kona Whole Group $2835 $2635
03-12-2016 03-19-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
03-19-2016 03-26-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
03-26-2016 04-02-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
04-02-2016 04-09-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
04-09-2016 04-16-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
04-16-2016 04-23-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
04-23-2016 04-30-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
04-30-2016 05-07-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
05-07-2016 05-14-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
05-14-2016 05-21-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
05-21-2016 05-28-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
05-28-2016 06-04-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
06-04-2016 06-11-2016 7 Kona/Kona Jim Church Photography Cruise $2835 $2635
06-11-2016 06-18-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
06-18-2016 06-25-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
06-25-2016 07-02-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
07-02-2016 07-09-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
07-09-2016 07-16-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
07-16-2016 07-23-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
07-23-2016 07-30-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
07-30-2016 08-06-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
08-06-2016 08-13-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
08-13-2016 08-20-2016 7 Kona/Kona Whole Group $2835 $2635
08-20-2016 08-27-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
08-27-2016 09-03-2016 7 Kona/Kona Whole Group $2835 $2635
09-03-2016 09-10-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
09-10-2016 09-17-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
09-17-2016 09-24-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
09-24-2016 10-01-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
10-01-2016 10-08-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
10-08-2016 10-15-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
10-15-2016 10-22-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
10-22-2016 10-29-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
10-29-2016 11-05-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
11-05-2016 11-12-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
11-12-2016 11-19-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
11-19-2016 11-26-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
11-26-2016 12-03-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
12-03-2016 12-10-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
12-10-2016 12-17-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
12-17-2016 12-24-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
12-24-2016 12-31-2016 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
12-31-2016 01-07-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635

Note: Please do not book any travel arrangements until you have received your booking confirmation from us.

BACK TO TOP

Rates are quoted in USD per person for 7 night packages unless stated. ~ Single Supplement/Private Stateroom: 65% surcharge on full charter rate. Guarantees an individual traveler a private room.

Start Date End Date # Days Type Booking details Deluxe Cabin Quad Cabin
01-07-2017 01-14-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
01-14-2017 01-21-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
01-21-2017 01-28-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
01-28-2017 02-04-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
02-04-2017 02-11-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
02-11-2017 02-18-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
02-18-2017 02-25-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
02-25-2017 03-04-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
03-04-2017 03-11-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
03-11-2017 03-18-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
03-18-2017 03-25-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
03-25-2017 04-01-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
04-01-2017 04-08-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
04-08-2017 04-15-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
04-15-2017 04-22-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
04-22-2017 04-29-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
04-29-2017 05-06-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
05-06-2017 05-13-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
05-13-2017 05-20-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
05-20-2017 05-27-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
05-27-2017 06-03-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
06-03-2017 06-10-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
06-10-2017 06-17-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
06-17-2017 06-24-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
06-24-2017 07-01-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
07-01-2017 07-08-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
07-08-2017 07-15-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $2835 $2635
07-15-2017 07-22-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $3035 $2835
07-22-2017 07-29-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $3035 $2835
07-29-2017 08-05-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $3035 $2835
08-05-2017 08-12-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $3035 $2835
08-12-2017 08-19-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $3035 $2835
08-19-2017 08-26-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $3035 $2835
08-26-2017 09-02-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $3035 $2835
09-02-2017 09-09-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $3035 $2835
09-09-2017 09-16-2017 7 Kona/Kona Dive With the Owner-Wine Appreciation $3035 $2835
09-16-2017 09-23-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $3035 $2835
09-23-2017 09-30-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $3035 $2835
09-30-2017 10-07-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $3035 $2835
10-07-2017 10-14-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $3035 $2835
10-14-2017 10-21-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $3035 $2835
10-21-2017 10-28-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $3035 $2835
10-28-2017 11-04-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $3035 $2835
11-04-2017 11-11-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $3035 $2835
11-11-2017 11-18-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $3035 $2835
11-18-2017 11-25-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $3035 $2835
11-25-2017 12-02-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $3035 $2835
12-02-2017 12-09-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $3035 $2835
12-09-2017 12-16-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $3035 $2835
12-16-2017 12-23-2017 7 Kona/Kona Individuals $3035 $2835
12-23-2017 12-30-2017 7 Kona/Kona Whole Group FULL FULL
12-30-2017 01-06-2018 7 Kona/Kona Whole Group FULL FULL

Note: Please do not book any travel arrangements until you have received your booking confirmation from us.

BACK TO TOP

HAWAII DIVE SITES

HAWAII DIVE SITE INFORMATION

3-Room Cave

Kona Dive Sites200-foot lava tube with 3 large rooms. One way in, one way out. The dive is set up with line and cylume sticks to follow. Inside the caves there are mole lobsters, ghost shrimp, Hawaiian lobsters, puffer fish and nudibranches. Outside the cave there are frogfish, Reticulated Butterfly fish and turtles. An excellent dive upon request. Made only in extremely calm seas.

 

Au Au Crater

 A submerged volcano crater with 3 sides intact, the ocean side wall has fallen. The walls range from 30-70 ft. and 50-200 ft., very dramatic topography with cleaner shrimp station, turkey fish and nudibranches. Good spot for pelagics such as oceanic white-tip sharks, hammerhead sharks, and large jacks.

 

Black Coral Forest

 The boat is moored on in 50 ft. on a sand chute which drops to 90 ft. where the first black coral tree grows, from 90 ft. the black coral trees are endless. The rare longnose hawkfish lives here along with barracuda and viper eels.

 

Catacombs

 A finger coral garden drops steeply to rubble and boulder sloping into the endless blue. The shallows feature swim throughs, tunnels, arches with sky lights and streaming sun rays.

 

Kalokos Arches

 Three natural lava arches on a downhill slope at 50 ft. Turtles frequently seen, spotted eagle rays, good spot for nudibranches.

 

Keahole Point-Manta Theater

 A new mooring installed in 2001. Mantas are often spotted during night dives. Lights are lowered into the water to attract tiny organisms for the hungry mantas. A very exciting dive.

 

Manuka Bay

 A wide protected bay of lava fingers covered with encrusting corals. Several resident frog fish, flame angels, dragon eels, bi-colored anthias (very rare in Hawaii), sennat barracuda and garden eels. Snorkelers frequently encounter spinner dolphins. The night dives are awesome with an abundance of invertebrates including Spanish dancers.

 

Meadows

 Shallow, gently sloping bottom. Lava tubes and arches around 30 ft., finger coral at 80 ft. where white sand flats dominate. Three shy resident white-tip sharks, frogfish, nudibranches under ledges, mantas, crocodile eels, and red-stripe pipe fish.

 

Okoe Bay

 A beautiful shallow bay with a black sand beach. A gentle, white sand slope from 30-60 ft. Look for leaf scorpions, eels, decoy scorpions and an occasional manta at night.

 

Old Airport

 A locally known good spot for eels and daytime manta fly-bys. Steep drop-off, anthias can be found here.

 

Oz

 Yes, it does have a "Yellow Brick Road." Lava ridge wall from shore to 20 ft., sand patches and reef give way to a ridge that extends straight out off shore 200 ft. the top of which starts in 40 ft. and gently slopes to 80 ft. The ridge top is covered with yellow lobe coral.

 

Paradise Pinnacle

 Large bommie rising from 90-35 ft. out of black sand. Garden eels, cleaner shrimp, crocodile eels, turkey fish and hairy hermit crabs.

 

Pohoe Bay

 A wide bay. Bare lava rocks with a white sand beach and palm trees create an "Oasis" look. This is the site of an ancient Hawaiian village. It is only ruins now with petroglyphs. Weather permitting, guests may snorkel to shore. Underwater, there is a healthy reef with a cave loaded with Hawaiian turkeyfish and the home to the only known pair of Hawaiian lionfish.

 

Rainbow Reef

 The most southerly dive site is actually the most southern point in the United States. The sandy shoreline is flanked by steep cliffs. A shallow wall starts at 15-40 ft. The wall becomes rocky and drops of to a sandy flat at 100 ft. Large silver milkfish, garden eels and bi-colored anthias.

 

Shark Fin Rock

 Also off the "Old Airport Beach," lava ridges dropping down from shore, schooling surgeons, lots of puffers.

 

Stoney Mesas

 Four large bommies from 25-65 ft. deep crowded together. Titan scorpion fish, turtles and wire coral with gobies.

 

The Hive

 A large bommie 30-70 ft. covered with agile chromis resembling a swarm of bees. Cleaner shrimp station, leaf scorpions and titan scorpions.

 

The Maze

 One of 2 sites off Miloli'i, oldest traditional fishing village in Hawaii. Lava ridges and bommies twist and turn to create the walls of a "maze" at 55 ft. Tinker's butterfly fish, bandit angels, eagle rays and peacock groupers.

 

Thompson's Reef

 An exciting dive off a point where there can be a slight current feeding hundreds of Thompson's butterfly fish. Sandy bottom with white-tip sharks.

 

Tubastrea Tunnel

 Also off of Miloli'i Village. Lava fingers extend from shore to form a peninsula of canyons and ridges and swim throughs. The feature tunnel is 20 ft. wide, 10 ft. high and 40 ft. long. It is covered with beautiful tubastrea coral. There are 3 resident frog fish. Keep an eye out for sharks.

 

Turtle Pinnacle

 A fun dive with several turtles, some are quite large. It is an actual turtle cleaning station. A small pinnacle at 55 ft. marks the spot. This is great opportunity for photographers because the turtles are still during their cleaning. Keep an eye out for schooling barracuda.

 

Wall's Wall

 Vertical wall starting at 45 ft. dropping to 100-150 ft. Lots of eels, octopus, pyramid and Thompson butterfly fish.

HAWAII DIVE SITE MAP

Map showing scuba diving sites in Hawaii accessible with Kona Aggressor Liveaboard

KONA  AGGRESSOR  2 VIDEO

BACK TO TOP

KONA AGGRESSOR 2