CORAL REEF ECOLOGY AND MONITORING DIVING EXCURSION
- Private Charter Base price includes up to 6 divers or 10 riders max
- Certified Diver Must be able to carry 30lbs.
A scuba diving course for those looking to help save our coral reefs!
Embark on an immersive journey into the heart of marine ecology with our one-day course offered by the Ocean Alliance Project. Designed for enthusiasts, scuba divers, and anyone with a passion for the ocean, this program is a gateway to understanding and contributing to the preservation of Hawaii’s vibrant coral reefs. As a response to the urgent need for comprehensive monitoring, our course provides a unique opportunity to delve into the intricacies of marine ecosystems and equips participants with the skills needed to become stewards of the ocean.
Our one-day course combines both theoretical insights and hands-on experience. Led by seasoned marine biologists and conservation divers, participants will explore the fundamentals of coral reef ecology. From understanding the various threats faced by these ecosystems to learning advanced survey techniques, the curriculum is tailored to empower individuals with the knowledge to assess and monitor reef health. Engage in real-world scientific sampling and survey methodologies, gaining a profound appreciation for the delicate balance of marine life.
Beyond the educational aspect, the course is a direct contribution to the ongoing conservation efforts led by the Ocean Alliance Project. Participants play an active role in monitoring and data collection, contributing valuable information to our research initiatives. By the end of the day, not only will you have expanded your understanding of marine ecology, but you’ll also have actively contributed to the preservation of Hawaii’s unique marine biodiversity. Join us for an unforgettable day where exploration meets conservation, creating lasting memories and a meaningful impact on the health of our oceans.