HUE Goes Big, Day 1

Last weekend the O’ahu contingent of Hawaii Underwater Explorers (HUE) invaded the Big Island. We did a bunch of shore diving; we had a blast! Here’s a bunch of pictures and a short video clip from our first day of diving at Old Airport. This dive has a great variety of terrain with lots of opportunity to see some cool stuff.

Phyllis enjoying the dive and all the coral

Phyllis enjoying the dive and all the coral

Team Shot!

Team Shot!

A short video of what it’s like diving on a fishy, but peaceful, Kona reef:

Stephan rockin' the swim through

Stephan rockin’ a swim through

There were fish... (these are raccoon butterfly fish)

There were fish… (These are raccoon butterfly fish.)

... And more fish. (These are goat fish)

… And more fish. (These are goat fish.)

...And ornery moray eels

…And ornery moray eels

Nick

Nick and coral, lots of coral!

Nick enjoying the arches in the shallows

Nick enjoying the arches in the shallows

Great visibility, 100'+

Great visibility, 100’+

Click here for Day 2!

29 Nov 2013

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