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We place extreme priority on accident free diving. We get very uncomfortable when you put others in danger. We will therefore, spot check tanks' revision dates and, depending on expiry date, ask you to empty it as long as the tank remains among our clients. Expired tanks will not be filled.

Naturally, we accept double tanks. However we do not accept loose reserve tanks for extra dives. Those have to remain in the car and be changed during the day.

Rules for Behaviour

Most diving accidents happen on land! Nearly all can be avoided!

So you don't have to do the 'pro' thing of putting on your equipment over your head. At some point you'll hit the guy behind you.

As soon as you've put on your equipment, don't rotate around as if you were alone in a quarry pond.

We expect extreme consideration for other divers!

Please Bring:

Diving Certificate/Brevet


Valid scuba diving aptness certificate

18 - 39 years old 2 1/2 years
40 years + every year
under 18 years every year


Here there are no currents and there is no nitrogen narcosis. You'll never lose contact to the boat and no nets drift through the water.
Here you can dive completely relaxed.
Therefore, the Underwater Park is ideal for divers who don't have the strength reserves for current dives at wind force 6.
Also returning, older divers can get their limited diving aptness certificate from their doctor.

Emergency Equipment 

Apart from the usual emergency equipment (such as oxygen) we also have a defibrillator.
We are planning construction of a landing pad for rescue helicopters.

In the water itself we are planning for a communication system through which, for example, technical aid can be requested.

It is our clear goal to offer our diving customers the greatest possible safety reserves.

Cave Dives

If cave dives are a problem for you, there is also a lot to be seen outside. Nevertheless, you should give it a try: On the recommended route you are carefully introduced to the subject. At the beginning we only built short tunnels that are never longer than 3-5 metres. These are never a problem.
The same is true for the larger caves: You can always dive so that you are never further than 5m away from an emergency exit. Read more about diving in caves here.