David Zimmerman's Dive Log
Ke'ei Beach on 8/27/2004
Aug 27, 2004, 12:00 AM
My 14 year daughter and now Master Diver and I love this site. The entry by the picnic table is very easy: Just suit up walk into the water and your off to one of the best dives on the Big Island. Just make certain that you do not run over one of the locals dogs as they own the right of way and will not move.
Hookena State Beach Park on 10/3/2009
Oct 3, 2009, 12:00 AM
Hookena is one of my favorite dive sites on the Big Island. It is a nursery for lots of fish: From Flame Angelfish to the Pyramid Butterfly fish, it has it all! Spinners frequent the area on a regular basis also! Depending on the weather, currents and waves, it can be dangerous for new divers. Enter on the south side by the camp sites and head West till the drop off at 25 feet then make a right turn and cruise along the reef. Again, keep an eye on the current! Best in the summer.