Our goal is to be an outstanding resource for locals and visitors alike on the island of Oahu. We believe that spreading knowledge of the island is the best way to increase people's love and respect for both the ocean and the land. We also believe that sharing our experiences can help increase conservation efforts, safety, and awareness of diving in general. Our team is made up of passionate adventurers and divers who love Hawaii and the beauty that is has to offer.
Fulfill our kuleana (responsibility) to share knowledge
Respect the 'Aina (land) and the culture
Spread Aloha to all
Support locally-owned people and businesses
Steven Apsley is a certified dive master and US Army Officer stationed in Hawaii. He has spent the past few years working on his skills as an underwater photographer, looking to introduce more people to the beautiful world underneath the surface of the ocean. He spends his free time with his girlfriend Savannah diving, exploring the Hawaiian islands, and playing with his two German Shepherds. He is also the owner and photographer for Rogue Beauty Photography.
Savannah Timmer is a seasoned adventurer who has been diving since she was old enough to swim. You can find Savannah pretty much anywhere outdoors hiking, sunbathing on the beach, or playing with her German Shepherds. Savannah is also currently a Nursing Student working on completing her degree.
Jennifer Alshemary is a dive professional and avid lover of anything outdoors. She's been SCUBA diving since she was a kid and loves spending her free time in the water. An all-around adventurer, Jenn can be found hiking, exploring, kayaking, or engaged in some other fun outdoor sport when she's not diving.
Marc Daniels is a professional Dive Master and US Army Officer stationed in Hawaii. He began his diving career in Vicenza, Italy in 1999 and has spent his life in and around the water. Marc enjoys helping others explore the outdoors and developing new interests. In his free time, you can find him spending time with his family who also enjoy spending time on and under the waves