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Maui Dive Shop

300 Maalaea Rd, Wailuku, HI 96793

(800) 542-3483

06:00 am - 6:00pm
06:00 am - 6:00pm
06:00 am - 6:00pm
06:00 am - 6:00pm
06:00 am - 6:00pm
06:00 am - 6:00pm
06:00 am - 6:00pm
* All Times in HST
Maui Dive Shop is Hawaii's largest diving retailer with seven stores all located on the island of Maui. We also offer diving and snorkeling trips on the island of Maui

Maui Dive Shop Reviews Around the Web

  • Hannah Richins · October 04, 2018

    We had an amazing experience with Maui Dive Shop. The dive masters were all awesome. We felt so loved and taken care of--from all of the delicious food (seriously, SO much food..yum!), to their clear and concise briefings, to their knowledge of the sea life. Bryan was so friendly and made me feel so at ease (I don't have a ton of dives under my belt). John was also very helpful and gave me some tips on how to not go through my air so fast--and it actually worked! I am usually such an air hog, but his breathing tips helped me stay down for the entire dive! All of the dive masters were also very interactive under the water. They were very good at pointing out the sea life, using a writing board to share the names of the fish, blowing awesome air rings, etc. We were just so well taken care of and had a great experience from start to finish! I would highly recommend Maui Dive Shop!

  • Jessica Short · August 26, 2018

    Always treated great by the staff! Ask for Noodle! He is the best!

  • Michal Steyn · April 02, 2018

    Went on an unforgettable SCUBA trip with Maui Dive Shop to Molokini and Turtle Town.

    The crew was GREAT! They were professional, had an awesome sense of humor (had us laughing the entire time) and was outstanding dive crew.

    I highly recommend Maui Dive Shop!

  • Goofball C · August 10, 2018

    Thank you for beingso accommodating when Hector showed up. We’ll be returning to dive the Molikini back wall with you guys very soon!

  • Jackie Giusti · November 15, 2017

    The dives from this shop are not exactly what one would have hoped. I don't think it is exactly of any fault of the shop though - just not a great season in November. Both in the Molokini Crater and on the Backwall. People advertise that the backwall has a ton of larger life, but we saw nothing. And the dive masters state that the top and bottom "corners" have the highest chance for that.

    I guess it comes from my being spoiled in some international dives, but it was really rough having such large dive groups. I have really superb air consumption and can last much longer than most divers. However masters won't believe me until at least a dive or so. To gauge the group, you honestly really waste a dive going only in small circles close to the boat instead of venturing out more to get to explore the area. A dive master, Gil, went incredibly slow and was regularly getting upset for anyone venturing more than 10ft or so from him.

    In contrast though, one of the other dive masters who better knew the experience of his group, let me join for a last dive, where he let people venture around him, so long as they kept an eye towards him. He was also much more amicable on the boat and cared to have discussions with the guests. The snacks and lunch served on the boat was also greatly appreciated.

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