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"Flying after Diving or Ascending to Altitude after Diving when is it safe"

So you have booked your holiday and are going diving but the hotel is half way up a mountain….can you do it? Umgh…?

What people forget is that ascending to altitude is exactly the same as flying after diving. You need to be careful to minimise your risk of Decompression Sickness (DCS)
So what are the guidelines?

We couldn't help ourselves but celebrate Ian and Trevor 100th dives in true Tenerife Scuba style !

A strange visitor from the depths but what is it ......?

Its called "Salp" comes in various sizes and forms and can reach upto 30M in length. Its a Colonial organism this type forms a cylinder open at one end.

A few pictures of some of the underwater wildlife from the last few dives here in Tenerife. When I have had my camera with me.

Orbisbo a type of Eagle Ray with light blue stripes across the wings

Moray Eels and some little critters for you

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Just a sample of what can be seen under the waves in Tenerife...

A fun week if a little confusing ...too many Stephens and Steves. A great weeks diving none the less.

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Some spectacular pix we took with Steve Simonson along with some resident Angel sharks...

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Tania and Daniel get wet for the first time...

Bob get her Open water Certification. Great fun guys

Kandarp and Brij ...international Bollywood stars get wet in Tenerife

Came to try out diving with Tenerife Scubas Discover Scuba option.

A great fun day with a couple of loonies....

It was a real pleasure taking you guys diving...

Safety and the Law

We want you to enjoy yourselves but at the same time to do it in a responsible manor.

On your first day with us we will need to see:

  • Certification Information
  • Log books where applicable
  • Diving insurance Details (See below)

We always have boat cover/safety cover during the dives.

Each staff member is fully qualified for boat handling and trained in rescue techniques, oxygen administration and first aid

We always carry first aid and oxygen supply on every dive trip.

We will provide additional guides to cater for different levels of experience so that each individuals needs are catered for

The maximum number of people allowed on each boat excluding staff is 10.

Spanish/Canarian Law

Every diver is required by Spanish law to have insurance cover specifically for diving. We can arrange Insurance cover for you on your arrival it costs a few Euro's a day

People doing courses are covered under their instructors insurance while training

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