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PADI Dive Center
|23rd October 2012||My first phone call||Yes|
|17th July 2012||Best dive crew on Oahu||No|
|1st May 2012||A Safe Diving Experience||No|
|26th March 2012||Great day diving||No|
|3rd February 2012||Kaimana Divers is a must to dive with!||No|
23rd October 2012 by egoldstone
My first phone call
Visit Date: September 2012
This was my second time diving with Kaimana Divers. I am an experienced diver and I HATE being treated like a newly certified diver. I HATE having my bottom time limited to the weakest diver in the group. I HATE surfacing with half a tank left. Kaimana Divers treats me like an experienced diver and allows me to enjoy my diving. At the same time, they also give their students all of the attention and instruction that they need. As an experienced diver, Gabe will always be my first phone call. He also is willing to take me to new places, so I don't end up diving the same sites each trip.
17th July 2012 by prophitx
Best dive crew on Oahu
Visit Date: June 2012
These guys are hands down the best dive team I have dove with. Gabe and his crew are really good at making you feel comfortable under the water. It was like diving with life long friends. Highly recommended if you plan do dive in Oahu.
1st May 2012 by MattsDad
A Safe Diving Experience
Visit Date: April 2012
My diving skills were rusty; I hadn’t been diving in years. That combined with the fact that I had never been deeper than 50 feet and we were about to dive a wreck 90 feet down, gave our Dive Master Drew a reason for concern. He asked me to stay near him during the dive. I agreed. First dive was uneventful except I was getting quite a bit of seawater in my mask. Drew demonstrated how to clear it which worked okay except my technique wasn’t very good. For the second dive I decided to tighten my mask to try to prevent encroachment of water. Bad move. It was too tight. I couldn’t clear it. Drew and I surfaced and he adjusted the mask. We descended again but the mask was still too tight. By now, however, I had snout full of seawater that was gagging me and I could not clear my mask. I decided for safety to abort the dive. Drew stayed with me the whole time making sure we safely ascended. At the surface I told him what was wrong. He made sure I made it to the boat before he descended again. In a sport that is inherently dangerous and potentially lethal, Drew demonstrated the maturity and professionalism that was needed for a safe diving experience.
26th March 2012 by egoldstone
Great day diving
Visit Date: March 2012
Gabe took me diving off the Sea Tiger. I had a camera so I asked him to find me things to photograph. He did an outstanding job. He patiently waited while I did my thing with the camera, shared my enthusiasm for all of the great shots I was able to get, then moved off to our next photo opportunity. Gabe is very professional and does an excellent job catering to the divers he has. I am an experienced diver and did not want to be overly taken care of or returned to the boat with half a tank remaining. Babe was perfect. I will dive with him next time I'm in Oahu.
3rd February 2012 by dawnbarrett
Kaimana Divers is a must to dive with!
Visit Date: January 2012
Whether you are a new diver or someone that has thousands of dives Gabes crew will focus on you and provide an awesome diving experience. One to brag about! They are the first dive group that actually took a few pictures of us during our dive. We didn't have a camera so these pictures are very special!