Sea Tiger

Description:

This dive site features the wreck of a 168-foot ship that was sunk in 1999 for use as an artificial reef. One can enter this wreck through its passageways, stairwells and cargo holds. One cannot enter the inner cabins due to barriers being welded. This site, the Sea Tiger, is visited almost daily by Atlantis Submarines. One should not go near the submarines for ones own protection. Even though the wreck is new, it has attracted a plentiful amount of marine life including filefish, squirrelfish, moray eels and some reef sharks.

Features: Shipwreck
Access: Boat
Level: Intermediate
Sealife:

Coral
Moray Eels
Turtles
Whitetip Reef Sharks

REVIEW

Sea Tiger Dive is Fun!!! Michael B
August 19, 2016

Animal Life: 5 STARS Visibility: 5 STARS Currents: 1 STAR Reef Conditions: 5 STARSĀ  Intermediate Scuba: 5 STARS
Another super fun wreck dive that isn’t too deep and the wreck is cleared well for exploration without entanglement!

David Perkins David P
May 25, 2015
Animal Life: 5 STARS Visibility: 5 STARS Currents: 1 STAR Reef Conditions: 5 STARSĀ  Intermediate Scuba: 5 STARS

Diving with Max today was great, friendly but safe. Terrific dive boat easy entry n exit. It was so good I promptly booked 2 more for the next day.

 

Summary
Sea Tiger Shipwreck Dive
Service Type
Sea Tiger Shipwreck Dive
Provider Name
Manini Dive Company Hawaii, Telephone No.808-291-0212
Area
Honolulu
Description
This dive site features the wreck of a 168-foot ship that was sunk in 1999 for use as an artificial reef. One can enter this wreck through its passageways, stairwells and cargo holds. One cannot enter the inner cabins due to barriers being welded. This site, the Sea Tiger, is visited almost daily by Atlantis Submarines. One should not go near the submarines for ones own protection. Even though the wreck is new, it has attracted a plentiful amount of marine life including filefish, squirrelfish, moray eels and some reef sharks.
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