Archive for Kauai Reef Conservation
This Summer Marine Ecology Course is the first of its kind on Kaua’i. With our highly experienced and dedicated science teachers it will be a fun and rewarding program for everyone.The course is available to High School students, but all who are interested are welcome to attend. We are trying to educate the community about […]
I want to send out a Big Mahalo to all of the “Sea Riders” who have gone out on our Whale Watching excursions this year! So Far, we have had a remarkable season and some amazing encounters! Several sightings of Entangled and distressed or deceased Humpbacks as well, so I want you to know that […]
In the Hawaiian Islands, Green Sea Turtles have made a great comeback in the past few decades. On our Snorkel charters, it still amazes me to see the sheer number of animals we are blessed to swim with everyday. As a Marine Biologist, I am then overwhelmed that I have lived long enough to see […]
This photo is of mother and calf Short-finned Pilot Whales, taken off of Lana’i. Kaua’i Sea Riders charters were left in the capable hands of Captain Rob and Crew Nick! I was fortunate to have a great opportunity as a Field Biologist on the 90′ vessel “Au’kele” as a Marine Mammal Observer. We covered a […]
Seariders Helps Deploy Oceanographic Meter Sea Riders was sub-contracted to Sea Engineering a company which specializes in coastal engineering, geophysical surveys, oceanographic and environmental studies, as well as marine waterfront construction and industrial diving. We assisted in deploying a Oceanographic meter. I Love anything science! Jon and Chris are great divers and easy to work […]
Kauai Sea Riders is a charter for Kauai visitors who want a personal and unique experience in and on the Ocean. Yet, few realize that a large portion of the use of our Navy Seal Zodiac “HOOKAHI” is for scientific purposes. This type of boat is referred to as a RHIB, or rigid hull inflatable and […]
We often encounter Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin on our Kauai Sea Rider Adventure tours! Named for their playful mid-air spins, the Nai’a have the reputation of being the “clowns” of all marine mammals of Hawai’i.