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Ju Garcia
· February 3, 2018
Great people with great skills! Glad I’ve found you all!!!
Scott Barrell
· August 20, 2017
Simply the friendliest and most fun group of people to hang out with. And they all have a passion for diving.
Jittima Laurita
· May 16, 2015
Went on my first Hawaii Dive with HDC at Makaha. It was beautiful. Wonderful folks!! Glad I found you guys! ☺️
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Eyes of the Reef Network

Aloha EOR Network, A note from our mega-faunal friends at NOAA:
Please note the NEW STATEWIDE HOTLINE for ALL EMERGENCIES related to seals, turtles, dolphins, and whales! Please save to your phone and share with your friends and ohana!

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Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument

Join us for a month of lectures at Hanauma Bay's Theatre Thursdays in May 2017

May 4
Dr. Chris Kelley, deep-sea biologist with the University of Hawai‘i at Māno...a's Undersea Research Lab, will discuss the Biology and Geology of Deep Seamounts in Papahānaumokuākea

May 11
Kelly Keogh, maritime archaeologist for Papahānaumokuākea, will talk about Maritime Resources of Midway Atoll and the Battle of Midway 75th Commemoration

May 18�
Dr. Carl Meyer, a marine biologist with the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa's Hawai‘i Institute of Marine Biology, will present on Fish Tracking throughout the Archipelago

May 25
Kalani Quiocho, Native Hawaiian specialist for Papahānaumokuākea, will talk about the Cultural Heritage of Papahānaumokuākea

All lectures are from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM� at the Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve Theater

100 Hanauma Bay Rd (off Kalaniana‘ole Hwy)

Admission and parking are free

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Cnidarian envenomations are the leading cause of severe and lethal human sting injuries from marine life. The total amount of venom discharged into sting-site tissues, sometimes referred to as “venom load”, has been previously shown to correlate with tentacle contact length and sequelae severity. Si...
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Attend SCUBA SHOW with over 76,000 square feet of exhibit space, 300+ exhibitors, seminars and clinics, and more! May 6 & 7, 2017 at the Long Beach Convention Center.

Researchers have discovered a potential new treatment for chronic nerve pain, and it comes from an unlikely substance: snail venom.

In a new study published on ...Monday in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers reported that Rg1A, a compound derived from the venom of a Conus regius snail, was able to treat nerve pain in rats without significant side effects.

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You may want to keep an eye out for jellyfish in the water, especially the week following a full moon.

Last Friday, popular Oahu snorkeling haunt Hanauma Bay, was closed following an influx of box jellyfish to the area. This safety measure, though an inconvenience, is actually not that unusual of an occurrence.
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NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program

Take the challenge: see how many of these 10 things you can do to conserve corals this weekend. Let us know how you did!

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Aaron's Dive Shop

NEW Rental wetsuits have come in and are replacing our OLD wetsuits. We're donating all of our OLD wetsuits for FREE at the dive shop! First come, first serve!

Our monthly club dive (1-2 tanks) is this Sat 12/17 at 0730 at Hanauma Bay with a potluck BBQ during our surface interval. Those who want to dive a 2nd tank will likely go in the water around 1100. Please come early for parking and to watch the orientation video if you haven't seen it this year. Be sure to bring some cash for the $2 trolley ride and $1/tank costs. Hope to see you there!

Our monthly club dive (1-2 tanks) is this Sat 12/17 at 0800, location TBD, with a potluck BBQ during our surface interval. Stay posted for location info over the next few days. Hope to see you there!

We still have seats for a 2 tank west side boat dive to the Mahi wreck and a shallower 2nd dive on Saturday 11/5 at 0800, $60/person excluding tanks, weights, gear (available for rent through Tom if needed). If interested, please leave a comment here or RSVP on our Honolulu Dive Club page at

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Another great club dive in the books!

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