• Rescue Diver Course

    $350 Want to Save Lives? Become Rescue Diver Certified Today!
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    Rescue Diver Course
  • Divemaster Course

    $825 Time to GO PRO! Become a Divemaster Today!
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    Divemaster Course
  • Introductory Dives

    $145 - Dive Your First Time With Confidence Supported by our Experienced Staff.
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    Introductory Dives
  • Open Water Course

    $450 Start Your Underwater Adventure Today! Become an Open Water Certified Diver!
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    Open Water Course
  • Advanced Open Water Course

    $460 Want to Experience different types of diving? Become an Advanced Open Water Diver!
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    Advanced Open Water Course
  • Certified Dives

    $130 - Novice or Expert, Aaron's is Ohau's #1 Choice for Dive Charters
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    Certified Dives

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Dive Log

Bachelor party dive Aug 27th
Aug 27, 2015

Had some great dives out on the west side of south seas 2 at Makaha caverns with these guys for a bachelor party! We saw some turtles, an octopus, and tons of fish. Great job to our 8 first time divers, 4 certified divers, and snorkels! And a special congratulations to the groom Mike! Come book your own private boat for dives and lots of fun at Aarons Dive Shop! :)
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Warren's Blog

Reality Check
Jul 22, 2015

Eight months after leaving my job on the mainland and moving to Hawaii and taking over a dive company it's time for a reality check.
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Recent News

20% OFF SELECT BOOTIES!
Aug 28, 2015

DON'T WAIT to check out our BIG BOOTIE BLOWOUT SALE!

20% off Select Styles of Booties.

Sale Price Only Available for Sizes in Stock

High Top and Low Top Styles

3mm and 5mm

The Honu (Green Sea Turtle)

The Honu (Green Sea Turtle)
Aug 25, 2015

A little bit about our local underwater celebrity, the Honu, or the Green Sea Turtle.  Everyone's favorite animal, it is hard to be out on the water without catching a glimpse of one of these guys just beneath the surface or poking their heads out of the water to gasp down a breath of air.