Fire House

Fire House
Hawaiian Islands


Site Review by
 Bill Stohler
Date: 12/31/2008


Site Condition
(1=worst, 5=best)

Name:  Bill Stohler Entry:    4.00
Email:   Click Here Bottom:    4.00
City:   Honolulul Reef:    3.00
State:   Hawaii Animal:    3.00
Country:   United States Plant:    1.00
Diving:   24 years Facilities:    4.00
 Dives:   2756 Solitude   4.00
    Roads:    5.00


*Average:    3.25
Firehouse is one of three sites most commonly dived by locals in the summer time on Oahu's North Shore. It begins with a bouldery topography (watch for nudibranchs), then gives way to lava tubes (to the left) or a long ridge (to the right, in front of the Firehouse). Following the ridge, you end up in 78-80 feet, depending on the tide [be aware of current, which can get quite strong]. I've seen stingrays here periodically for years. The ridge is home to eels and, occasionally, turtles (honu). To the left is a great feature we call the Skylight. There is also a wall ~25 feet tall with an inland sand channel. This site takes many, many dives to adequately explore. When you're tired of Shark's Cove, check it out!    

Enjoyment Level

Snorkel:    4.00
Beginner:    3.00
Intermediate:    4.00
Advanced:    4.00
Night diving:    5.00

Seasonal Information

Season:    Summer
Year:    2008
Visibility:    4.00
Current:    3.00
Surf:    3.00

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