Oahu Dive for Life 12 Hours of SCUBA for American Cancer Society
Oahu Dive for Life 12 Hours of SCUBA for American Cancer Society
Oahu Dive for Life 12 Hours of SCUBA for American Cancer Society

Island Divers Hawaii decided to put a twist on the Relay for Life to make it fit what they and their diving community can relate to, Scuba Diving. From that Dive for Life was born.  Teams of divers hit the water at Sharks Cove to dive for 12 hours, 6am to 6pm,  while donations flood in to support their efforts. This is a unique event in the world of Scuba Diving, and the only one of its kind in Hawaii.

This year we got even more SCUBA Divers in the water than the first Dive For Life last year..  We had over 100 diversSCUBA diving and raised over $6000.

We have multiple  Scuba Diving Gear Companies SCUBA PRO, OCEANIC, and AQUA LUNG that donated thousands of dollars in Scuba Gear equipment to our cause.  We awarded top of the line Regulators, Dive Computers, Masks, and Fins.to teams that donated the most money!  This is a big draw to the teams to raise as much money as possible..

This event draws huge support from the diving community and brings everyone together that in normal business days, are competitors.  Huge thanks to Island Divers Hawaii, Scuba Pro, Aqua Lung, and Oceanic for all of their support.



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