Re: Maui Dive operator

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Posted by Patrick on July 28, 2006 at 08:56:07:

In Reply to: Maui Dive operator posted by Scuba Steve on July 26, 2006 at 14:44:41:

Steve, if you get the chance, and if the area hasn't been shut down, Mala Wharf is the dive to do.

When I was in Maui I dived most if not all of the usual tourist stops, plus was fortunate enough to get to some spots that the dive shops will never go or don't know about. Of them all, Mala was number one. It may have just been the days I was in the water, but Mala had more mass of critters and more diverse critters than Molokini. Eagle rays, morays of all types, lion fish, and of course all the tangs, snapper, grunts, needlefish, sharks and even the occassional ulua. Also, some of the rail cars that were used to haul sugar cane on the wharf's narrow gauge RR are scattered around the bottom and are very cool.

Close (to Lahaina), cheap (beach dive)and more fun than Elaine in a hot tub.

Have fun.

Stay wet.

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