When is check-in and check-out?
Check-in starts at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, check-out finishes by 9:00 a.m. on Saturday (on 7 days cruising tours)
Last night of journey (Friday) on 7 days cruising tour is at the same port where the check out is!
How many dives a day are there?
The price includes 2 dives/day + 1 night dive a week.
Each extra night dive is € 20/person (min. 10 divers).
Is it possible to get vegetarian food (no meat, no seafood)?
Yes of course, we can meet your special requests.
If the ship is not fully booked, is it possible to have a single cabin?
If it is not sold out, there will be a chance for a single cabin.
In case you want to book a single cabin in advance, a surcharge of 40% of trip cost is applied.
Can I dive with the guide since I am alone?
Generally yes, but sometimes the guide has leading dives and then it depends on your diving education.
We will definitely try to find a suitable diving buddy for you.
How do I pay for the cruise, is there a deposit required?
A deposit of 200 euro/per person is required. The rest of the amount must be paid 3 months before the start of the tour.
What diving tanks are available on the ship?
There are 12 l steel tanks (16 pcs), 15 l steel tanks (6 pcs), 11 l or 80 cf aluminium (15 pcs) , 6 aluminium twinset with integrated weights. All diving tanks have 2 DIN connectors. Adapters are available.
Do I have to bring things like linen, pillows, etc.?
No, everything is there. So there is no need to bring your own linen.
However, it is recommended to bring a sleeping pad or something similar, and a sleeping bag because you will have the opportunity to sleep on a deck under the stars.
Sleeping pad or air mattress is also handy for lying on deck sunbathing.
Are the routes fixed or can they be altered?
The defined routes are just a guideline. They can be changed depending on the weather and training levels of the guests.
Are there portholes in the cabines on the lower deck?
Yes, all cabins have windows with sea view. They can be opened but only during the night!
Is electricity always available on the ship?
There is 230V eletricity while sailing, filling diving tanks and staying at a port.
If we stay in a bay overnight, the generator will run until 12 p.m.