Fish Finder's Dive Log
Lana'i Lookout (Scenic Lookout) on 11/14/2007
This truly was an amazing site and possibly my favorite dive on the island. I was hooked once we started under the initial archway. Among some of the more interesting life we saw included a razor wrasse, a pebble urchin, and an enormous tako at 70 feet down. There is too much to explore here in just a day of diving, and it is a site I will be frequenting every time the conditions allow. The only downers are the climb down to the entry site and then the climb up from the exit, and finding the exit can be difficult if you don't know what to look for. These with the Molokai express make this an advanced dive and, to reiterate what others have said, don't do this dive without someone showing you how first.
Hale'iwa Beach Park on 11/14/2007
As mentioned below, this involves a long surface swim, much of it over very shallow water. The entry is easy, but shallow as well. In spite of this, this is one of the best night dives on Oahu. Bring a dive flag because you are diving literally in the Haleiwa channel, but the miniature life is unheard of. Expect to see small lobsters in the cracks and crevices of the wall, and some of the biggest cowries you have ever seen. On one of my first night dives here I looked over and saw my surprised friend literally getting molested by about 6 turtles all swimming into him at once. Fun dive all around.