Location: South Side of Oahu
Depth: 80-127 feet
Level: Intermediate to Advanced
One of our favorite wreck dives on the south side! The Sea Tiger is 168 ft of artificial reef, sunk in 1999. An amazing array of marine life is already taking advantage of this ship, including squirrelfish and filefish, morays, endangered green sea turtles, spotted eagle rays and reef sharks. The main deck sits at around 80 feet, while the hull hits the sand at about 127 ft.
Originally named Yun Fong Seong No. 303, the ship was apprehended by the Honolulu Harbor Police carrying 93 illegal Chinese immigrants and became legend as Hawaii’s largest seizure of illegal immigrants. The name Sea Tiger came from one of the ship’s later owners, a Vietnamese fisherman. Voyager Submarines eventually bought the Sea Tiger and spent money and time getting her ready for her new home beneath the waves. This wreck never disappoints! Interrnediate to Advanced depending on dive.
You have a choice when you train. Get the best: PADI.
PADI Divers carry the most respected and sought after scuba credentials in the world. No matter where you choose to dive, your PADI scuba certification card will be recognized and accepted.
Complete the classroom portion of your certification online!