Your safety: our priority!
We use highly reliable professional equipement, which is carefully maintained and of superior quality.
Our 28-foot diving boat with climbing ladder and dual engines.
Regardless of your size, we supply a fitting stabilizing jacket and a short diving suit.
Our 40 steel tanks are maintained in compliance with regulations and controlled by a TIV specialist.
We also supply 15 new or reconditioned Scubapro R190 pressure regulator with console, pressure gauge, electronic depth gauge (Timer) and "Octopus".
For your safety, oxygene therapy equipment is loaded on the boat for each dive, in compliance with French regulations. Furthermore, French Polynesia has the best medical equipment in the South Pacific (evacuation by helicopter, decompression chamber, medical specialists in decompression illness).
Initiation and Dives
Dives are organized as follows: in general, there are two successive dives in the same morning, these on two different sites, departure from the dock at 8AM, return around noon. These dives are called two-tank dives as you will be using two tanks, one for each dive. Sometimes, depending on demand, departure may be scheduled at 10AM in addition to the 8AM departure, for a single dive.
We offer 5 or 10 introductory dive inclusive exploration package (licensed divers), valid for two people.
Initiations are done at noon on the "Aquarium" site, near the club, where sea life and corals are plentiful from the first three feet down
To be licensed, a minimum of 5 diving lessons is required. The price include a diving record, the diploma, the diver's ID card, insurance, the full courses and the equipment
Training can only begin after introductory dive in the lagoon in the magnificent "Aquarium" site (not included in the training price).
We feature SSI (Scuba Diver, Open Water, Referral) training programs as well as ANMP, CMAS, FFESSM programs from Level 1 to Level 4. To determine the program that best suits you, don't hesitate to contact us
For training programs completed in the context of FFESSM and only for those, rules are the same as in a club in France affiliated to the French Federation, i.e. a medical certificate and a currently valid license are mandatory. For Level 1, the medical certificate may be delivered by your family doctor. If you don't have a license, the club can provide you one