Our Submarine Tour in Kona, Hawaii
Posted by The Roaming Boomers
at April 24th
Have you ever had the opportunity to dive under the sea in a submarine?
During our recent visit to Hawaii, the Big Island, we had the opportunity to explore a 25-acre natural coral reef, 100 feet under the blue Pacific Ocean. Furthermore, we gawked in wide-eyed wonder as we silently moved past two underwater shipwrecks teaming with sea life.
Our unforgettable 35-minute adventure was with Atlantis Submarine Tours which boasts the world’s largest fleet of passenger submarines. Each of their technologically advanced submarines is battery operated and leaves absolutely no pollutants in the air or water.
Atlantis Submarine Tours has safely taken more than 11 million passengers on undersea adventures aboard its 48 and 64 passenger submarines. A fleet larger than that of many national navies, Atlantis subs are now found in Grand Cayman, Barbados, St. Thomas, Aruba, Guam, Cozumel, and on the Hawaii Islands of Hawaii, Maui and Oahu.
Truly, this is a part of Hawaii we never dreamed of being able to visit.
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When you visit the Hawaiian Islands, we highly recommend you take your own adventure under the sea. It will be an experience you won’t soon forget.
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