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Le Cinquieme Element

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Saint-Gilles-Les-Bains, Reunion Island
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The Fifth Element , diving center located in Saint Gilles Les Bains ( Reunion 974 ) - Dives with a minimum duration of 50 min (mean 60 min) eagle ray . - A boat with up to 11 seats . - An average of 4 divers per trip. - Divers choose the site (depending on weather of course ) . - Effective and concise Briefing . - Night dives on demand. - Baptisms made ​​safe by a professional of 15 years experience . - The schedules that adapt to your possibilities. It is these arguments that the Fifth Element THE top diving center end of the meeting and all at bargain
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Cupcake13_9 wrote a review Oct 2018
Millcreek, Utah13 contributions7 helpful votes
I went diving this morning with this guide and had a frightening experience. I was almost out of air at 60 feet and informed the guide who said this was “ok” and not to initiate an ascent. When I was down to 250 psi he still wanted me to remain with him at 60 feet. I judged I did not want to drown so I initiated an ascent. When I got to 30 feet I had 150 psi in my tank and was continuing a slow safe ascent when the guide suddenly and very aggressively swam up to me and grabbed my jacket and pulled me back down to 60 feet with him. He mentioned for me to follow him and I could tell I only had a few breaths left in my tank. We arrive at the boat anchor and then do a very rapid ascent to the surface where I arrive totally out of air. I asked him why on earth he behaved this way on the dive and he says “in France divers must stay together”. I went on my second dive of the day with an alternate company and had a much better and pleasant experience. Just a word of warning, I hope you are more fortunate if you decide to dive with this company.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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