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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

  • Dave Stewart · July 09, 2022

    Great experience! They were very accommodating even though we went to wrong spot and we’re running behind. 😬 they took ‘full service dive shop’ to another level… they cleaned my sunglasses pulling into the harbor.
    They put us into appropriate skill level groups which was appreciated so we could see some cool stuff without all the silt being kicked up. Our guide, Nick, was very chill and found really cool stuff that was well hidden. Captain was very accommodating and I could tell he was on top of everything going on…. He brought us in smooth on a very windy day. All around good experience!

  • Kunjian Liao · June 03, 2022

    Amazing dive experience. We were lucky enough to encounter a whale shark who might be traveling here. Also several reef sharks, sea eels, and uncountable butterfishes of many varieties.

    We got around 20 divers on boat, but each dive master only guided 6 divers maximum. This is actually a good thing. Larger boat is less vulnerable to waves compared to rafts, and having three diving groups make divers in each group are at similar experience level. I and my fiancé have 4 log dives, the other four have 4, 4, 6, 0.

    There were many add-ons too. Hot coffee and burritos at early morning and cold drink, towers, sandwiches, snacks, and refreshing hand towels on our way back. These hugely improved the overall experience because molokini is not that close to shore.

    Lastly, huge thanks to our dive master Ben (and all crew).

  • Kevin Smith · April 07, 2021

    I recently joined Maui Dive Shop's two-tank Molokini (front/back) boat trip. Overall, the trip was fun, and I was glad that I was able to experience the back wall of Molokini despite being a very newly-certified diver. My guide on this trip was fun and entertaining on the boat, and they gave us decent food, which was appreciated.

    Here are the couple things that kept me from giving it a fifth star, but again it was an overall fun thing to do. Just sharing for the sake of informing others:

    1. Underwater, I felt like my guide was less engaged, and less informative/helpful, than my guides on other dives during my stay. Not to some extreme, but noticeable. That may well be by design to some extent, as I know more experienced divers sometimes prefer that the guides leave them to do their own thing. But this did not feel like that sort of situation.

    2. Like I said, I am really new to diving and do not have a lot of experience with different operators. However, it was not lost on me that this shop supplied less air and sent us for safety stops much higher than the other shops. I did several dives during my stay with three different shops. The other two seemed to uniformly send people out with 3,000 psi and send people up with around 700 psi in 80 cf tanks. On both the front and back of Molokini, the best-case scenario for this trip was 2,700 starting psi -- some people were actually starting a bit below that. And we were sent up at 900 psi while the guide stayed down with one last local diver.

  • Jackson Roberts · September 10, 2021

    Great trip with an awesome crew! They were very accommodating and helpful. Molokini was a great reef to dive and turtle town lived up to its name! 10/10, we will be back with these guys next time we’re in Maui!

  • Ian M · April 05, 2019

    This review is more about the diving itself than the staff. As most people have already stated, the staff was great, absolutely nothing to complain about there. Friendly, helpful, reasonable size groups. Two thumbs up. Unfortunately, the diving was very average. I understand you can't control the weather or visibility, but part of a great dive experience is knowing where to go based on conditions. Our first dive (which ended up being a shore dive despite beautiful weather) was downright boring. Some fish here and there, but overall just dull. (Others on the boat were saying the same exact thing.) Our second dive was at the manta ray area and yes, we did see a few rays, which was SUPER cool but the experience was a little odd because you basically have 10+ divers literally chasing down rays when one is seen. If you're going to dive with Maui I would recommend trying to schedule it for the morning when the ocean is calm so hopefully the first dive is somewhere more interesting.

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