In addition to owning and operating the popular Navatek I and Atlantis Submarines , this company works in conjunction with ... More
In addition to owning and operating the popular Navatek I and Atlantis Submarines , this company works in conjunction with several major Honolulu attractions to provide guests with deeply discounted tour packages. Visit Sea Life Park, splurge on a dinner cruise/show package, or take a ride in one of the submarines. Call or check the website for more details.
Let me start off saying that the staff are very nice people & I know they don't make the prices. There's a few issues I had with this adventure.First of all they charge for children under 2, second the windows in the sub aren't that clear to see throgh, last you see the same fish when you go snorkeling(which is ceaper)!
This was a fun experience! It was even cooler than I was expecting. We saw a lot of underwater life in and around sunken ships and other habitats. I also got a great deal with the Kama'aina discount. The only thing I would change was the seating. VERY uncomfortable for such a long sit, but still worth it. DON'T WEAR A SKIRT! Also I didn't get to sit with my husband soo that was a bummer.
This was a great attraction! We were able to easily park and quickly board the boat.
In the beginning I was not sure that the submarine would be very interesting, but I was wrong. I loved it. On our trip we saw countless fish, three huge turtles, and two sharkes. This was very interesting, and we were able to get several great pictures.
I like boats, I like to snorkel, but the idea of diving scares me. Going down in this submarine cruise was the best adventure deep underwater I could get!
Convieniently located near the Hilton Village, validated parking, or shuttle service makes it a breeze to make this excursion happen. Buy your tickets, and you're off towards the dock to a nice catamaran cruise with a beautiful view of Waikiki/Diamond Head from the ocean.
Twenty minutes later, you walk onto the top of the dripping submarine and climb down the hatch into the cool, blue interior. Huge windows guarantee everyone great views. There is a digital depth meter you can watch as the captain sinks you down up to 160 feet, where there are ship wrecks, plane wrecks, and reefs to see amid the tons of fish and occasional turtles.
Its very beautiful down there, and I would dive if I had the guts, but to tell you the truth, with this cruise you get the chance to feel like you actually did experience the beauty and wonder of deep underwater Hawaii!
This was so much fun. Just the experience of going down in a submarine was great. The crew were so nice and informative. The water is not too clear. we did see many fish. and also saw a spotted ray. It was really a good time. Be sure to buy an entertainment book there is a 25% off coupon for this trip. The book paid for itself many times over.
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