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Delphinus Diving School

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Sa Coma, Spain
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About Delphinus Diving School
We are a network of 5* PADI Dive Centers operating in Mallorca , Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, serving high quality diving services. we are organizing trips to all our destinations as well as expeditions to other places around the world, We do wreck dives, reef dives, boat dives, shore dives, GO PRO Courses.
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LoveTravel755192 wrote a review Aug 2020
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My boyfriend and I found the Diving School online. He did his DsD with Mike and absolutely loved it. Mike was very helpful and kind. He made him feel safe underwater at all times. I am a Divemaster, so I have to be honest that I have seen better dive sides than Mallorca but I still enjoyed it. We went on four dives with Delphinus. Two in Sa Coma and two in Peguerra. Both teams are very open hearted and you can see that they love what they do. We enjoyed our time diving with Mike, Trent, Selina and Ferris a lot and would recommend you to dive with them.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Kirill Samorodov wrote a review Oct 2019
Lisbon, Portugal2 contributions1 helpful vote
On 30/08/2019 me&wife paid for "PADI Discover Scuba Diving" 176 EUR for 02/09/2019. The next day we realized that will be rainy and did not want to spend our time in the water for this money. I have tried to contact them by all possible numbers, but they were closed so I decided to advise them by email. On 02/09/2019, it rained like from a bucket(I have the video from Delphinus office) and should be "our PADI course". We went there at 8 AM to advise them personally that we do not want this course, spoke with a nice guy "Eike" and he said that understand the situation and just said to send our bank details to the email for a refund and we did it. "Karolina" - Delphinus agent, informed us on 16/09/2019 that the details were passed to the financial department. Today is 30/10/2019 I have tried to contact them by email 2 times to know about my refund status and no one cares about that. Thank you for making our Honeymoon perfect(no)!! Kirill
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Iris_hugo wrote a review Oct 2019
Maassluis, The Netherlands1 contribution
Nice dive, Greg is a Nice Guy and a good dive master. I recommend this diveschool and this divelocation.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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LeejohnSault wrote a review Aug 2019
Birmingham, United Kingdom1 contribution
From the first visit we were welcomed by Karolina who makes you feel really welcome with a big smile. Big thanks to Greg who took my daughter on her try dive. He made her feel relaxed and at ease so she thoroughly enjoyed it. The whole experience was relaxed, stress free and well organised. Would recommend them all highly. Thank you all again.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Corkonian wrote a review Jul 2019
Cork, Ireland144 contributions28 helpful votes
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Booked through our TUI rep in the Protur Playa Calla Millor hotel. We asked for for a dive that wasn't a try dive for someone who had never dived before. We had done three dives before, one to the Museo Atlantico in Lanzarote, which was a 12m dive and we shouldn't have been able to do according to one of the instructors here. In Lanzarote we had already done techniques in the pool such as clearing your mask when it had some water and when it was full etc., and done a practice dive the day previous to the museum. Unfortunately the rep or the company didn't deliver on that point, not sure who, we had really hoped they could accommodate us to a beginner but not totally beginner setting. Maybe this wasn't communicated correctly! I understand as we don't have diving licences yet that they can't take any risks but we could have had a different dive with their one to one rules maybe? We would have gladly paid more for that. Unfortunately for us it was essentially a try dive, albeit a very good one in comparison to our first try dive in Mallorca in 2016 with Dive Mallorca Font De Se Cala. The instructors and staff in Delphinus were very friendly, helpful, and safety conscious. We were collected at 9.08am, even though we were supposed to be collected from our hotel at 8.50. After we were collected and in the car the company actually rang us to let us know they were running late which was nice. The dive centre is in Sa Coma which was an 8min drive from our hotel. We were given the usual forms to fill out and a quick safety talk. They asked us if we wanted photos, which were €29 per person, which is a total rip off, but if it's your first time they are cool pictures. In two previous places we paid no more than €15-€20 for pictures of both of us, and in one place got a CD full of them as well as an online link! My boyfriend opted for them, as we only brought enough money for one set of pictures. Be warned you won't be diving at the same time as your partner if one pays for pictures and the other doesn't, but they only told us that in Cala Morlanda which burst our bubble. I was there to dive with my boyfriend, not wait on the beach with strangers, as this is more his choice of activity than mine. I did complain and they said I could go with him if I also paid for pictures. I explained I brought no valuables with me as we already paid our rep and wouldn't be able to keep an eye on them. I gave in and paid them when they dropped us back to the hotel. We got the Dropbox link this evening, and got a few nice pictures. After arriving to the centre we were waiting for a very long time as there was a group of nine beginners to be driven to the cove in two cars, as well as all the equipment. It was about 11am before we arrived to the beautiful cove of Cala Morlanda after another 10 minute drive. Each diver was paired with an instructor which is good, they're the only ones to adhere to the proper rules I reckon! Unfortunately with a big group, two instructors and a photographer, this meant two things; 1. There were 5 groups, at 20 - 25 minutes underwater each, nevermind the changeover of gear. 2. There was nobody watching our stuff other than the other participants! We weren't given the option to lock any valuables into the cars or leave them in a safe place in the centre like mentioned on their disclaimer forms. We were group 4 after I agreed to pay for pictures. We didn't get to dive until roughly 12.30pm. 3 and a half hours doing absolutely nothing in the morning, bar the form filling and quick intro, half hour tops! After our dive we had to wait another 40 - 50 minutes for the last group to dive, come back, and load the cars. This was in a little cliffside area with no toilets, no shops without leaving the group on a 15 min walk (according to the BnB clients who's accommodation we ended up sitting outside of to get some shade). We were absolutely starving and I only had one bottle of water. The wait was pretty shocking because we weren't informed that this is how it would be (a dive instructor per person, in pairs) until we were there. Had we been told beforehand it would have been a fantastic place to relax in for few hours! I had no book, no phone, no food, not a whole lot of money, and not enough suncream to stay in the intense morning sun. I have never experienced such a wait before diving. I think there should be no more than 6 people in a group to prevent this in future, or tell your guests when booking so we could prepare. After all that we donned our wetsuits and booties and swam for a long time. For the dive I had a problem with the mask as it kept letting water in around my nose even before we decended and slipping off my the back of my head on my hair. My boyfriend's mask kept filling with water up to his nose too even when he cleared it underwater but this made me uncomfortable. I swapped masks with an instructor and it was fine after that. The actual dive was very pretty and we saw a lot of different fish, jellyfish, etc. and went though a little arch. Looking back I think it was expensive enough, we paid about €60+ each for a short dive of 20 minutes or so, €29 extra for photos considering we were out and about from 9am - 2:15pm, and not doing much else. The blonde woman did advise us to get our licences when we told her we had done three dives before as she said it would be better value for money in the long run. She was extremely helpful in advising us how to do this in the future.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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