Dynamic Diving

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Daily Diving

We meet at around 8am at the diving centre to sort out equipment and paperwork. Bring your certification with you as we will want to see this.

Daily diving is conducted from the boat which has full facilities for diving. 2 toilets, salon, equipment deck, dive deck, sun deck, kitchen etc. Emergency Oxygen, a well stocked first aid kit and other emergency equipment as well as a full tool kit are carried on the boat every day.

We leave around 8:30 to head to our first dive site. Dive sites are decided on the day or the day before based upon weather conditions and experience levels of the divers on board. Boat briefings are given to everyone who has not been on the boat before.

Just before arriving at the dive site or once at the dive site you will be given a full dive briefing from your instructor or guide (also an instructor but when not on a course).

Diving teams are not larger than 4 divers. A private guide can be reserved at an extra cost. Maximum depths are agreed before the dive and are to the maximum depth of the certification of the least qualified diver. Absolute maximum depth for recreational diving is 40m. Recreational dives are usually not longer than 70 minutes. If you prefer to dive alone with your buddy or team without a guide this is allowed.

You may be asked to demonstrate basic skills at the beginning of your dive if you have never dived with us before. Deep dives will not be done on the first day.

All divers are required to have a dive computer or another way of monitoring depth, dive time and no stop time.

After the first dive lunch is served. Lunch and drinks are included in the price for everyone every day.

After lunch and a rest the boat will move to the 2nd dive site. Procedures are the same as for the first dive.

The boat arrives back usually around 15:30 – 16:30. However, this can change any day due to unforeseen circumstances.

On some days there is an optional 3rd dive. This can be decided on the day and costs €20. Sometimes it’s a wreck dive and other times a standard reef dive. The price includes guide, 12l tank and weights.