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Cap Camarat Plongee ecole de plongee

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Diving School closed to the Famous Pampelonne Beach in the Saint-Tropez area. Visit our website for further details : accommodations, diving courses, initiation dives, Group access, Tek diving. The nitrox is free.
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Marcus J wrote a review Jul 2019
Selva di Val Gardena, Italy29 contributions8 helpful votes
Out of many divecenters experienced this is one of the best. A small center combining a professional treatment with a very friendly attitude. In small groups they do all the great sites nearby and you will get a very personal experience were the staff are able to tend to everyone. The small size makes them flexible to adjust for individual needs and level of experience. The atmosphere is always relaxed and the location next to the beach is very comfortable. This is a very good dive center.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Global542458 wrote a review Jul 2018
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These guys are just as good this year as last. A great dive company which is small and caters for experienced and beginners alike. I was lucky enough to get to the Wreck of the Togo this year and if you get a chance it is really worth it. Easily the best dive company for miles around. They are Welcoming, professional and I look forwards to doing it again. Thanks guys.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Global542458 wrote a review Jul 2017
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These guys offered a good service. They are located less than 10 mins from the fantastic wreck of the Rubis submarine so are in a great location to start with. You can park next to their shop for free. They have ample fresh water facilities to clean kit post dive as well as facilities to fill cylinders plus kit to sell or rent. When I booked the dive the email communications were really quick and positive. I was welcomed with a morning coffee and the pre dive briefing was thorough. The trip to the wreck was short followed by a lovely dive. I would be more than happy to dive with them again and can recommend them. Thanks
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Response from CapCamaratPlongee, Propriétaire at Cap Camarat Plongée école de plongée
Responded Jul 13, 2017
Waouh !!! Thank you for this positive feedback. My team and I are very pleased and proud. We will be more than happy to welcome you again. Do you know we are open all the year. And during the winter we dive the Rubis wreck (40m), the Togo wreck (60m) and others at the christmas time and especially for the new year ? Have a nice day Christophe
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Fred D wrote a review Apr 2014
Suresnes, France1 contribution1 helpful vote
Dives on wrecks (Rubis, Togo, etc.) are magnificient and dives on rocks (Rousso, Brisees, etc.) left me without voice. I warmly recommand this well organised club. Atmotsphere is nice and safety always on top.
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Date of experience: July 2013
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Response from CapCamaratPlongee, Owner at Cap Camarat Plongée école de plongée
Responded Apr 30, 2015
Dear Fred, Thank you for your positive feedback. My Instructors will be pleased to read this. New dive spots are in our program always in a safety manner and well organized. I hope we will see you again Regards, Christophe
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Barnaby5252 wrote a review Sep 2013
London, United Kingdom34 contributions48 helpful votes
The diving around St Tropez is fantastic (look at some of the beautiful photos!) and we have done some memorable diving. Unfortunately this dive school takes a rough shod approach to safety and as there are some excellent other options I'd recommend that you go to them as our experience was awful. To start with the dive boat itself is old, slow, uncomfortable and smells of diesel and bird droppings. The equipment is poorly maintained and on the occasion we dived the dive leader seemed very happy to moor up far too close to a local boat causing a really unpleasant and completely unnecessary incident. Avoid.
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Date of experience: August 2013
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Response from CapCamaratPlongee, Owner at Cap Camarat Plongée école de plongée
Responded Apr 30, 2015
Dear Diver, The staff and the direction of Cap Camarat Plongée have changed completely in 2014. The boat is a yacht of 10 meter could board 25 divers. And Security and Pleasure are both objectives of our dive center. No incident, no bad adventures in 2014 and we will continue to progress on 2015. I invite you to look at our website www.capcamaratplongee.com and also on Facebook. I hope you will come back and dive with us and you will change your point of view. Best Regards, Christophe
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