Wa­ter Sports

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DIVE OAHU  A dive club, open wa­ter cer­ti­fi­ca­tion cour­ses, and daily boat char­ters for ex­pe­ri­enced divers are among this vet­eran op­er­a­tion’s of­fer­ings. Open-wa­ter cer­ti­fi­ca­tion cour­ses are avail­able for un­cer­ti­fied divers, while daily boat char­ters cater to sea­soned divers. di­veoahu.com. 1085 Ala Moana Blvd., 808.922.DIVE(3483). HAWAII SHARK EN­COUN­TERS  Guests are taken three miles off shore to where Gala­pa­gos and Sand­bar sharks can be ob­served from a float­ing cage equipped with large plex­i­glass win­dows. Scuba ex­pe­ri­ence is not nec­es­sary, as guests will stay on the ocean sur­face and use a mask and snorkel. hawai­isharken­coun­ters.com. Haleiwa Small Boat Har­bor 66-105 Haleiwa Rd., 808.351.9373. HAWAII WA­TER SPORTS CEN­TER For a day of wa­ter fun, visit Hawaii Kai and rent bum­ber tubes, ba­nana boats, wa­ter rock­ets, jet­skis or power­boats. If you’re look­ing to ex­plore the ocean un­der­wa­ter, opt for scuba or snuba lessons, or stay above wa­ter, and try para­sail­ing or wake­board­ing and take your wa­ter ex­cur­sion to new heights. hawai­i­wa­ter­sports­cen­ter.com. 7192 Kala­ni­anaole Hwy., 808.395.3773.

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