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Mahi Shipwreck


Boat diving
Hawaii Oahu Island
offshore Waianae
Depth:90 feet
The Mahi is a World War 2 minesweeper. It was originally sunk in 1982 as an artificial reef. This wreck is located on the Westside of Oahu about a half mile offshore. The boat launches from the Waianae boat harbor. It takes about 10 minutes to this first dive site. The Mahi was sunk in about a 100ft depth. Since this wreck was sunk 20 years ago, it houses a lot of different types of marine life. There are schools of eagle rays that usually hang out there. You can also see large amberjacks (Ulua) that cruise around the top deck of the ship. Lot of moray eels live in the cracks of the ship. They seem to watch your every move. A variety of trigger fishes and wrasses can also be seen there. Sea turtles also can be found sleeping in the wheel house and in different parts of the ship. Once in a while you can see large manta rays, which glide past the ship. Every dive to the Mahi is always a different experience. You never know what You might see. This dive plan is set for 20 minutes of bottom time at 90ft.The temperature ranges for 70-75f. (24-26C.).The visibility averages about 80ft -100ft