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FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Will I be able to go onto an island on a day trip boat?

No the boats do not moor on any of the islands and you will not be able to explore the islands on the day. Non divers will also be restricted to activities on and around the boat and will not be permitted to explore on land. If you are looking for a customized boat experience the Phuket Boat Charter might be interesting for you.

Where is the best place to see a Whale Shark?

The ever allusive whale sharks have increased in numbers over the last couple of year here in the Andaman Sea. They still are a difficult to find however you chances are increased by going on a liveaboard adventure and trying this dive sites.
• Richelieu Rock (Liveaboard trip)
• Koh Tachai (Liveaboard trip)
• Koh Bon (Liveaboard trip)
Phi Phi Islands (Scuba Diving day trip)
Shark Point (Scuba Diving day trip)

Where does the first dive training take place?

We have our own training center in Rawai. The first diving exercises take place in our own 2.3m deep container dive pool which is ideal for a professional training. You will not find this in such a form in any other diving school in Phuket or in whole of Thailand.

Where can I exchange money?

There are several exchange counter close to our dive center in Phuket.

What sort of food will be on the boat?

Food is a mixture of Thai and Western (more Thai). The boats can cater for vegetarian, vegan, Halal and celiacs. Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements and we will do our best to provide you with meals to your liking.

What makes you different?

Contrary to many other suppliers, we are not a diving agency but a real diving company with our own equipment, swimming pool, compressor and instructors.

What kind or emergency equipment is provided on the diving vessel?

All vessels for scuba diving activities are equipped with sufficient emergency oxygen with an “ON Demand“ System which guarantees maximum possible O2 care in the event of an emergency.

What kind of wetsuit is recommended?

3mm shorty is normally sufficient and is our standard rental suit. If you plan on diving on the liveaboard you might want to consider bringing a long 3mm suit.

What is the water temperature like?

The water temperature is 28 – 30 degrees celsius all year round.

What is the maximum dive depth?

The maximum depth is 30m but, with the appropriate qualification can be to 40m.

What is the experience of my instructor/dive guide?

We from Aloha Diving guarantee highly experienced guides with excellent local knowledge.

What is a liveaboard boat?

A liveaboard boat is like a floating hotel that you can scuba dive off. They have cabins to sleep in, on board lounges, kitchens, however and tiolets. Some even have onboard luxuries like a Masseuse. In Phuket they range from over night trips up to 8-9 day adventures. You will need to be a certified diver to scuba dive from them however non divers can come on for the ride. Have a look at our liveaboard Phuket page to find out more.

What do I need to take on the boat with me?

Sunblock, towel, swimwear, in low season it’s a good idea to bring rain wear and a warm jacket. Most things are included in our trip price. Soft drinks and beers are the only items you need to pay for. There is a limited supply and selection on the dive boats so please feel free to bring your own and store it in the icebox onboard.

What are the criteria when organising diving groups?

Experience and air consumption are the main criteria for our decisions.

Is the equipment included?

Equipment is not included on liveaboard or day trips, unless it is a special package, or the Open Water Diver course was completed with Aloha Diving. For beginner dive courses and try scuba diving the equipment is included.

Is snorkelling off the beach possible?

Yes, at some of the beaches there is good snorkeling. Mostly at the northern and southern ends of the beaches where there are rock formations. Some more information can be found in the Snorkeling around Phuket section in our Website.

Is Scuba Diving Dangerous?

Sure scuba diving can be dangerous, however it is a greater chance of being injured flying to Phuket or travelling from the airport to your hotel. Scuba diving is much like flying a plane. There are many rules and regulations and a large emphasis on safety. It also why you need a professional to take care of you and at Aloha Diving we have the best SSI Professionals on the island.

I would like to try diving. Is this possible and do I do it with others?

We offer day trips with 3 introductory dives. These dives are designed to bring you the fun of diving closer and are therefore carried out in small groups of a maximum of 2 students per instructor.

I would like to have a private guide. Is this possible?

We can arrange for a private guide upon request for a surcharge.

I would like to have a diving instructor for myself. Is that possible?

For a surcharge, a private diving course can be booked at any time.

How to fit a Mask perfectly?

A correct scuba diving mask fitting is potentially one of the most important things for having a good time and relaxed scuba diving. If it leaks or is uncomfortable it can be miserable.

Learn below how to choose the correct size and type of mask for your face shape, and how to test to see if it is the perfect fit, before you buy or rent it.
What you are looking for is an airtight seal around your face, without having the mask too tight.

Scuba Diving Mask Fitting First Step

Measure Your Face

First, take a good look at your face. Is it narrow or wide? Are your eyes close together or wide apart? We have a wide range of Masks in our Diving Center in Phuket.

Aqualung Look HD

The Look HD is the evolution of the best-selling Look mask, first sold in 1988. The key features of the original Look, fit and comfort, have been maintained while new innovative features have been added. A stainless steel (AISI 316) anti-torsion bar has been integrated into the frame structure for maximum dimensional stability and lens planarity. This optimizes visibility by eliminating distortion.

Aqualung Impression

The Impression delivers a wide-angle view in an ultra-compact package. Modeled with Aqua Lung’s “Micromask Technology”, its innovative, patented structure positions the lenses close to the eyes. This significantly improves peripheral vision while maintaining an incredibly low internal volume. Aqua Lung’s “Advanced Fit Technology” uses textured bands of silicone around the skirt to form a superior seal against the face and minimizes water entry. The Impression is effortless to clear and its low profile is ideal for freedivers or any diver that wants to reduce in-water drag.

Aqualung Linea

We have gone the distance with this one! As part of the Women’s Collection, the Linea offers features to women unsurpassed in a mask. The “Comfort Buckle System” solves what so many women have asked for – a tangle free buckle! The Linea delivers a wide-angle view in an ultra-compact package. Modeled with Aqua Lung’s “Micromask Technology”, the close proximity of the lenses to the eyes significantly improves peripheral vision while maintaining an incredibly low internal volume.

Aqualung Micro Mask

The Micromask delivers a wide-angle view in an ultra-compact package. Its innovative, patented structure positions the lenses inside the “ocular orbit” or the natural facial recesses of the eyes. This close proximity of the lenses to the eyes significantly improves peripheral vision while maintaining an incredibly low internal volume. The Micromask is effortless to clear and its low profile is ideal for freedivers or any diver that wants to reduce in-water drag.

Is your nose bigger or smaller? Do you have much space under your nose above your lip? So with these things in mind, try to pick a mask that looks like it will fit your face instead of how many windows it has or how cool you think it looks.

Fitting Hint For Men – Don’t forget to shave before you go to do your snorkel mask fitting. It is hard to test a seal with a lot of stubble. A view Masks have the”Advanced Fit Technology” uses textured bands of silicone around the skirt to form a superior seal against the face and minimizes water entry.

Scuba Diving Mask Fitting – Second Step

Select A Mask To Test

Now test it on your face. Pull the straps over the top of the mask and try the mask on your face, without putting the strap around your head. You must look in a mirror and notice where the skirt foot lies. Is it too narrow around the sides of your eyes? What about your nose, does it have plenty of room? You should not be pulling the nose pocket up against the underside of your nose. How about the bridge of your nose? Does the hard frame or glass rest on your nose anywhere? How about when you push the mask in a little bit? Because when you are snorkeling, water pressure will press the mask onto your face a bit.

Scuba Diving Fitting – Third Step

Do The Suction Test

Now, with the strap still over the top (not over your head yet), put the mask to your face, press slightly, inhale a small amount through your nose to suction it to your face, and release your hands. The mask should stay on your face without continuing to inhale.
You should be able to move around a bit without it falling off. Try moving your face muscles a bit. Does that break the seal? Try smiling. That will often break a seal on even a good fitting mask. But see what it does. (Sometimes we try to get each other to laugh when snorkeling to cause each other’s face mask to flood).

Scuba Diving Mask Fitting – Fourth Step

Put It On Fully

Good so far? Notice that a good fitting mask will stay on with just a little suction. Now try it with the mask strap on your head. You should get an airtight fit with very light strap pressure.
The strap should sit high on the back of your head, not resting on your ears. If it rests on your ears it will get painful.
If you have to pull the straps tight to get a fit, or if you have big red marks when it comes off, you have it too tight. A leaky mask is more often a case of straps too tight than too loose.
Also, make sure with the mask fully on that you can easily pinch your nose so that you can clear your ears while descending.

Scuba Diving Mask Fitting – Fifth Step

Found A Fit?

This step is easy. If you have found a mask that fits you perfectly, try it before you buy it! At Aloha Diving in Phuket, Thailand you can try your favorite Mask while Scuba Diving. We believe this is the only way to find out which mask fit’s you best. And of course is is available for sale.
We are dealer for Aqualung, Mares, Scubapro, Cressi, IST and Deep Blue.

How many student divers are in a scuba diving class?

We teach scuba diving in small groups. A maximum of 4 student divers per Scuba Diving Instructor.

How many dives do you do in a day?

The minimum number of dives on our day trips is two. The most popular diving day trips incl. three dives. On the liveaboards there are usually 3 day dives and 1 night dive per day.

How many divers are in each group?

We dive in small groups with a maximum ratio of 4 guests per guide.

How long does a dive last?

We plan all our dives for a duration of one hour.

How long are the surface intervals?

Safety is the highest priority at Aloha Diving and therefore the surface interval is a minimum of 1 hour.

How are the diving and weather conditions in the low season on Phuket?

The weather in low season is pretty good most of the time, although the humidity is much higher than normal. We have the occasional rain shower during the day, but this usually lasts only for a short time. The visibility and current under water is not much different compared to the rest of the year. Many people prefer to dive in low season, because there are not as many boats and divers at the varies dive spots. Due to the location of our Phuket dive sites are we able to offer day trips year round from our Island.
You can find more information about diving in the low season here.

Do you take into consideration special meal requirements?

The onboard galley on the vessels allows us to provide for any special requirements.

Do you offer SNUBA?

No – We discontinued offering SNUBA in 2013 as we think there are better ways to discover the underwater world.

SNUBA or S-surface N-nexus U-underwater B-breathing A-apparatus allows participants to discover the wonders of the marine world while connected to a breathing pipe that resides in a raft on the surface, thus eliminating the need for tanks and other items associated with scuba diving. No certification is necessary to try SNUBA and it is available for children from the age of 10 and for their parents and grandparents.

SNUBA is a form of introductory diving that allows people with no training to experience what it is like to breathe underwater like a scuba diver. SNUBA is a portmanteau of the words ‘snorkel’ and ‘scuba’. SNUBA® is the registered trade name of SNUBA International, Inc., and is only authorized for use by license SNUBA Recreational Centers.

SNUBA® gives you the thrill of swimming deeper than you could snorkeling, without the need for a certification. After a short briefing on the easy to use SNUBA® gear, you’ll experience the first breathes underwater. No SNUBA® participant can exceed 7 metres or 20 feet from the raft when connected to the raft on the surface and the air hose. The only things that are worn are a mask, scuba regulator, fins, lightweight harness, and a weight belt for neutral buoyancy in the water.

We from Aloha Ocean Adventures, Aloha SNUBA® Thailand, SNUBAThailand or Aloha Diving stop to offer SNUBA® or SaSuba and replaced it with a product called Try Scuba Diving. Try Diving is almost the same than SNUBA® with the advantage of more flexibility (you are not attached and connected with the surface). Try Diving is especially designed for people who never dive before or for those without a license.

We would be delighted to take you out on a boat day trip for try diving. No special requirements are needed. You will get a briefing about the equipment, your safety and marine life. Once you feel comfortable we go down slowly to max. 12 meters or less, holding on you during the entire dive. It is truly an unforgettable adventure to breathe under water while hovering over colorful reefs and watching the amazing marine life.

We hope you are curious to learn more about it.

Do you offer free Nitrox?

Unfortunately we can’t offer Enriched Air Nitrox for free. We ask for a surcharge of Baht 250,-per tank. We can offer you a Nitrox course for free when purchasing a diving computer through us.

Do you have your own Scuba Diving Equipment and like to know keep them in good shape that you can enjoy them for many years?

Of course dive gear like your regulator will need a regular service (most manufacturers recommend every 100 dives or every 2 years, whichever comes first) which can be done by us or any registered service center, but to prevent high costs of replacement of certain parts it’s important to clean all your gear after every day of diving.

Cleaning Dive Gear

Regulator

When we clean and check our returned rental regulators, we follow 10 steps.

Often people make remarks on how good our rental gear looks. More important on the maintenance and cost side, the yearly servicing of our regs is an easy job with no corrosion to soak and scrub off. Below are the most important steps of our regulator cleaning routine.
During your dive week you can just rinse your gear in the rinse tank at the end of a dive, but it is well worth the time and effort after the last dive to do the full clean before storing your gear.
Check that the dust cap has no salt water in it, if yes, wash it out while keeping your thumb on the opening of the first stage so water doesn’t go in. Dry the dust cap by blowing it out with a tank, then put it back on the first stage and close to seal tightly.
Pull the hose protectors away from where the hoses connect to the first and second stages. Let the tap water run through the holes in the first stage, you must see the water running out of the holes (not all regulators have holes in the first stage by the way, for these sealed first stages you can omit this step).
Let the tap water run through the two mouthpieces and exhausts of the second stages. Do not press the purge button while doing this! If you do happen to press the purge button, make sure that you put the reg back on a tank and purge the second stages a number of times to get all water out.
Do check the bite tabs on the mouthpieces and inspect around the tie wrap for small holes. For hygienic purposes at this point we generously sponge soapy antibacterial dish liquid thoroughly around the mouth piece.
With your still soapy sponge, wipe over the second stage covers and all metal parts – this helps to remove salt and chemical residue. At this point you can also check your hoses for any wear and tear.
Finally, submerge the regulator (except the 1st stage) in a rinse tank of fresh water and soak for at least 5 minutes. Put the reg on a tank and purge the 2nd stages to remove any water left in the system. Take the 1st stage off the tank and seal it with the dust cap.
Hang the reg up to dry (if outside keep out of the sun). Make sure the hose protectors are not covering the metal parts.
Once dry, use Silicone Spray to spray the thread of 1st stage knob while screwing it in and out to ensure even distribution of the silicone over all the threads. Spray in and around the BCD quick disconnect while pulling it backwards and releasing it a few times. Spray the metal parts on the hoses close to the 1st and 2nd stages with Silicone Spray and push back the hose protectors.
What to do if you flooded your first stage regulator by not closing the dust cap while rinsing?

Firstly, it’s not that bad if you flood it with fresh water. If your regulator is flooded with salt water, rinse with fresh water immediately, to avoid corrosion. The main thing that you want to avoid is pressurizing the regulator while there is water inside and a computer or SPG attached. This could potentially damage your instruments downstream. Do not attempt this yourself – as soon as you can take your regulator to a regulator service technician – he/ she will do the following:

Immediately remove hoses and gauges, leaving only the second stage regulators attached to the low pressure portion of your 1st stage.
Rinse the first stage with fresh water if necessary (i.e., if you suspect that you have salt water or other contaminants inside the first stage).
Attach the first stage to a tank and slowly turn on the air. The service tech will be flushing all water out the high pressure ports. He will then slowly purge the second stages so that any water in the hoses will also be pushed out of the system. Warning: don’t ever pressurize a 1st stage regulator on a tank without a way to depressurize, such as having a second stage attached or a port open. If you do, good luck ever getting that thing off!
Last, if in a reasonably non-humid environment, the tech should let the whole thing sit out with ports out for a few hours to let any moisture evaporate before reassembling the regulator. While the regulator tech is working on your regulator, take your computer/ SPG and hold it at the gauge end and give it a good twirling to get any residual moisture or liquid out of the hose. It is very unlikely that you got any water through the pinprick-sized hole if you didn’t pressurize the system wet, but this is just for good measure (and a little bit of fun). Be sure you don’t accidentally his anyone with the hose or drop your gauges.

What is described here is just an immediate remedy to avoid and/ or mitigate the damage done by flooding, most of which is corrosion. Please take into consideration that your situation may vary depending on what type of water you got into your regulator and the type of regulator you have. Whatever you do immediately after flooding your regulator, you should definitely have it fully serviced as soon as possible. Regulators are expensive and sophisticated pieces of gear that our lives depend on, so it’s better to be safe than sorry.

Dive Computer

Be sure to soak your dive computer in fresh water after every dive. While submerged, depress all of the buttons a few times to get all the salt water out of them. Be sure to dry out of direct sunlight.

If your dive computer Floods!

If it is a user replaceable battery type, immediately remove the back cover and remove and discard the battery. Use compressed air to blow all water out of the battery compartment. Once completely dry insert a new battery and test. Make sure to use a battery replacement kit from the manufacturer of your dive computer – these usually come with new o’rings and back plate. It is important to replace these as they are the most likely culprits for the flooding. Check also for other damage to the computer that may have been the cause of the flooding. Non-user replaceable battery types will need to be sent to a service center or back to the manufacturer for repair.

BCD

The most important part of cleaning a BCD is to rinse away any salt water from the inside of the bladder, the dump valves and the inflator/deflator unit and hose. To prevent corrosion in your inflator unit, clean it by flushing the inside with fresh water. With the inflator unit mouthpiece held tight to the faucet of running tap water alternately push the inflator and deflator buttons. You should see the water coming out of the nipple, and water should be going into the BCD. The tap needs to be quite far open as you need good water pressure to flush the valve. Watch out – you might get wet!

Fill the BCD with some more fresh water. To do this you can remove a dump valve (be sure not to loose the gasket and be sure not to cross-thread when replacing); however the best (although not the easiest) is to do as in above, pressing the deflate button. Make sure the BCD is empty of air and below the incoming water. Slosh the water around to rinse every corner of the bladder.

Inflate the bladder (either by mouth or by regulator attached to a tank), make one of the dump valves the lowest point, and in 1 fluid movement squeeze the BCD and dump at the same time to force water through the dump valve. Fill and repeat to flush the rest of the dump valves. Once all the valves are flushed, empty the BCD of all water. Fully inflate the BCD and hang out of sunlight to dry. The reason to fully inflate the BCD is to check it’s air holding integrity – if the BCD is deflated when it is dry there is likely a leak somewhere in the system. If drying space is at a premium, just inflate with a little air and after drying fill with air to do the integrity test.

Wetsuit

To clean your wetsuit you can use a little bit of dishwashing liquid in a basin full of fresh water. Soak well with a bit of movement to wash the wetsuit inside out before hanging it up to dry. If outside, make sure you hang the wetsuit out of direct sunlight. Aloha Ocean Adventures sells “Sink the Stink”, a soapy solution to get the smell out of your wetsuit if you have not kept up with a proper cleaning routine before ?

Do you have English speaking guides on the boats?

All our guides speak English.

Do you have DIN or INT connection?

All tanks either INT valves or DIN valves.

Do you cater to vegetarians?

Yes, we do. If you have any special dietary requirements it would be best to let us know in advance so that our cooks can plan ahead accordingly.

Do you accept credit card payments?

Yes, we accept Visa and Mastercard with a credit card surcharge of 3%. You can do Credit Card payments until 4pm the evening before in our Dive Center in Rawai.

Do I need to know how to swim to scuba dive?

The short answer is no (but it helps). You can do the SSI Try Scuba Diving – Discover Scuba Diving without knowing how to swim. Have a look at this blog that will explain more. If you would like to become a SSI certified diver then you will need to know how to swim 200m or snorkel 300m!

Do I need a licence to Scuba Dive?

No, you can try scuba diving with the one day activity called the SSI Try Scuba Diving.

Can you recommend a hotel?

As there is such a large variety of hotels and guest houses in Phuket and every guest has different requirements and price budgets it is hard to give a general recommendation.
We love the area of Rawai, therefore we have some hotel recommendations on the Phuket Diving Resort page.

Can non-divers join day trips?

Yes, of course. However, please note that not all diving day trips are suitable for swimming and snorkeling.

Can I wear my glasses under a Scuba Diving Mask?

Diving mask for eyeglass wearers

Anyone who knows the element water, know that you can see underwater only blurred with the naked eye. To recognize the magnificent scenery under water in all its beauty you need a tool. For this reason offers Aqualung, Mares, Subgear and co. a variety of diving masks.

The choice is limitless in the matter of colors, sizes and shapes. But what if you are wearing eyeglasses? Are you for scuba diving suitable? Yes you are because you have many options. The best diving mask with prescription lenses is your indispensable partner for snorkeling and scuba diving also when handle an underwater Camera.
Maybe you are facing the problem of how you can experience the colorful corals, sea anemones and underwater animals because eyeglasses just does not fit under the diving masks. With a diving mask with corrective lenses you can enjoy scuba diving and snorkeling at maximum.

When buying a diving mask you should decide if you like to have a mask with prescription glasses or you just prefer to ware contact lenses.

Meanwhile, it is easy to get a diving mask with prescription lenses, so you can snorkel and scuba dive despite refractive error.

Popular diving masks with prescription lenses

Two glass masks are best for this purpose, since the optical lenses are glued from the inside on the discs and can be changed by yourself or by a scuba diving retail shop.

There are diving mask models, where the glasses can be exchanged. If your prescription changes, you do not need to buy a new dive mask.

The following masks are designed for changing lenses:

  • Aqualung Look, look and look 2 HD
  • Mares X-Vision LiquidSkin, X-VU LiquidSkin, X-VU LiquidSkin Sunrise (designed for asian faces) and Star LiquidSkin
  • Subgear PRO EAR 2000
  • Cressi Big Eyes Evolution Crystal, Eyes Evolution and Focus

The list is not final and the product lines of the manufacturers also changes regularly.

The vision is for the divers the most important of his five senses. The other four are completely turned off underwater or reduced to a minimum. Assuming the diver used an appropriate tool – the diving mask – he can see just as well under water as on land.

The diving gear manufacturers have a range of different mask models which are suitable for eyeglass wearers. For example, there is the Aqua Lung Look HD double-glass mask with following increments:

  • From -1 to -10 in 0.5 diopter increments
  • From +1 to +3 in 0.5 diopter increments

These lenses may not correct exactly your eyes but are a good option for the classic “holiday divers” or snorkelers who does not want to spend a big amount of money.

Aloha Diving is dealer for: Aqualung, Mares, Scubapro, IST, Deep Blue and Poseidon.

With Aloha Diving you can try before you buy any mask on a Scuba Diving Day Trip free of charge.

For passionated scuba divers – and professional divers such as our instructors is the best option to let the mask lenses adapt by an optician. The glasses can be adjusted flexibly whether short or long-sighted or even astigmatism:

  • Single Vision whole glass diving mask
  • Single Vision Half glass diving mask
  • Bifocal whole glass diving mask
  • Three strengths whole glass diving mask

Your arm gets too short?

For divers in which the arm or the high pressure hose gets too short to read the instruments such as pressure gauge, compass, depth gauge or dive computer, there are cost-effective solutions by glue discs at the lower edge of the mask. This offers the possibility to use the top without correction for distance and instruments can be seen clearly through the lower part.

Contact Lenses for snorkeling and diving

As a cheaper alternative to prescription glasses you can use contact lenses. When using contact lenses, it may happen that the water penetration into the diving mask flush out the lens from the eyes. Best you use daily lenses, because they are much cheaper than monthly lenses and easier to replace. Get an advise regarding contact lenses from your optician.

Can I cancel a diving booking if I’m not ready to dive and how much notice do I need to give and do I get a refund?

Please find the cancellation policy in terms and conditions

Can I book a private guide, and how much is the charge?

Yes, this possible. The price is THB 1’400 per day.

Best time to visit Phuket?

Overall the best time of the year to dive on Thailands west coast is between November to April. The weather conditions are most stable during this time of the year and all dive sites are open. However, as this is the main tourist season prices tend to be higher and the dive sites more frequented. More information you find on scuba diving in Phuket.

Are your employees trained for emergency cases ?

All our instructors, guides and boat staff are regularly trained and are all qualified O2 and First Aid providers.

Are there any dangerous creatures I need to worry about?

Injuries to scuba divers from marine creatures are very rare. There is a lot of talk about sharks however attacks to scuba divers is extremely rare. There are a lot of different creatures in the sea that can bite or sting however 99.9% of the creatures are placid and timid and will not bother you. The golden rule is don’t touch or intimidate and you won’t get hurt. Very wise words.

Are daily hotel transfers included on Phuket?

Round trip transfers from your hotel Kamala, Patong, Karon, Kata, Chalong, Nai Harn and Rawai (other areas see prices of specific product page).

Are all dive sites suitable for snorkelling?

No, not all sites are suitable for snorkeling. Best are the day trips to Racha Yai, Racha Noi and the Phi Phi islands.

Am I covered by accident insurance on board?

Yes, all our guests automatically enjoy accident insurance coverage. In addition, you can also sign up for diving accident insurance coverage.

According to which standards do you teach divng?

We teach according to the two largest diving organisations in the world SSI and PADI. But by far the intensity of the pool diving exercises, the length of the training dives, the good training level of our instructors and the small teaching groups are far beyond those standards.

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