Keoki's Fish Corner:
Just a great site with nice pictures of the numerous fish
that you'll see out on the Hawaiian reefs. Still being worked
on with some sections missing, but still a great place to
look for fish information.
This site has some brief information on Hawaiian creatures
like Green Sea Turtles, Rays, Dolphins, and more.
& Sandra's Maui, Hawaii:
A great travel guide to Maui with
a personal touch. Find photos, message boards, Hawaii books,
recommendations, trip reports, and information about sports
& recreation, dining, hotels, and more. Very nice.
An extensive site that has great information on the numerous
beaches of Maui. Each beach mentions where it is, what the
facilities are like, what the highlights are, as well as cautions
(if any) for that particular beach. Descriptions also often
mention the quality of snorkeling for the beach. Very good.
Checkout this site to find the information you need to help
you plan your Maui sport fishing adventure. Includes a fishing
FAQ, charter boat listings, and more.
Sail aboard the 53' foot double-deck catamaran LANI KAI for
snorkeling excursions to Maui's premier underwater locations,
including Molokini Crater.
Take a look at this great organization that is committed to
preserving marine environments around the world. Become a
member for free. Fill in free fish surveys, and they add this
information to a huge online database. Get other great stuff
like newsletters, and support a great cause.
The Reef Ball Foundation is an international environmental
nonprofit group. Their mission is to help restore our world's
ocean ecosystems and to emphasize and protect our natural
Great American Fish Count:
“Great American Fish Count” (GAFC) is a national event coordinated
by "REEF" (see above) that mobilizes and trains
volunteer divers and snorkelers to identify and document fish
diversity and population trends in marine sanctuaries and
coastal areas. This annual event takes place each July, and
serves both to introduce and inspire recreational divers and
snorkelers to: raise awareness among both the diving community
and public-at-large regarding marine habitats and trends in
fish populations; and provide researchers, marine resource
managers and policy makers with this useful information that
would otherwise be unavailable.
Check out the this site for great information for skin divers
and snorkelers. Articles, directories, contests, and more.