Inquire if you are interested and sign up for our newsletter (or Facebook page) as we will be announcing both group and individualized opportunities! The Hawaiian Monk Seal is endangered…and delightful! Captain Steve Hogan caught their antics on video! In this clip there is are two Monk seals that are hunting in a cave with a White tip reef shark. Ilio-holo-i-ka-uaua, The Hawaiian monk seal, Monachus schauinslandi, is Hawaii’s only pinniped. It is a species that is considered endemic to the islands.The population of the Hawaiian monk seal is currently estimated to be between 1,500 and 1,200 individuals. They are considered an endangered species. A Hawaiian Hammerhead Experience—with Captain Steve Hogan Uncommon in Hawaii, of all the sharks in the world, perhaps the easiest one to identify is the hammerhead shark, or mano kihikihi. Early Hawaiians highly revered sharks as both spiritually important and necessary for the health of the ocean.One of the most fascinating characteristics of scalloped hammerhead sharks is its frequent schooling. The scalloped hammerhead is the only known large shark to participate in this type of behavior. Peahi, Surfing the Jaws by Captain Steve Hogan Hawaii is known for its big Winter surf but few get to see it from the spectacular view of a helicopter…as close to the wave as you can get other than the surfer! Jaws, Peahi, Tow in Surfing, December 15 2004, and Christmas Day 2009 Aerial and Cliff shots, Big Wave Surfing, Maui Hawaii
Call 808-874-1273 for more information and reservations for Scuba Diving Maui!
Please keep the time difference in mind! We are 2-3 hours earlier than the west coast and 5-6 hours earlier than the east.
Departure Address: Kihei Boat Ramp across the street from 2777 South Kihei Road, Kihei, HI 96753
(Mailing address: 220 Oe Street, Kihei, HI 96753)