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Info needed on Maui Freediving in October and possible dive buddies

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aquatic ape

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Aug 25, 2004
Info needed on Maui Freediving and possible dive buddies

I will be vacationing in Maui in October and I was wondering if there are any locals or others that might give some advice on shore diving spots. I know that many of the good diving spots are also good surfing spots, so diving there is very dependant on the wave forecast and the time of year. I will be snorkeling with my wife mostly, but would love an opportunity to do some deeper diving with other freedivers. I am new to the sport and I am looking forward to the possibility of learning from experienced divers. I am roughly familiar with the area and as of now I planning on hitting Honokaua, Kapalua, Napili Bay, Kaanipali, Lahaina and other well known spots. My plan as of now is calm days dive and rough days surf. What I don’t know if this will be true for the entire area or just one spot. For example could it be rough in Honokahua and calm in Lahaina?
Thanks in advance.
Try check out the hawaiiskindiver.net websight, the guys are pretty friendly and all of them are divers. They can probably give you some good advice on where to snorkel because they know the grounds.
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