SCUBA Dive on the Mahi Wreck
Island of Oahu
Hawaiian Islands
April 18, 2004

 

The Island Divers Hawaii club members departed the Waianae Boat harbor a little after noon. Conditions were not good and the captain had wait just inside the harbor until the swell calmed down for the boat to pass safely outside the harbor. Once away from the harbor, the ocean was fairly pleasant as we made our way to the Mahi Wreck. Because of the high surf on Leeward Oahu, the visibility was on the poor side, but there was much activity on the wreck.

Underwater camera equipment  and film used during this dive:
Nikonos III w/15MM lens   Dual Strobes
Film:  Kodachrome 64

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