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Jonapples wrote a review Aug 2018
Addlestone, United Kingdom11 contributions1 helpful vote
Couldn’t be more helpful and efficient. Believe they dive three times a day, 9,11 and 3pm. A dive sets you back about €55, this includes equipment. Mainly German but other nationalities very welcomed.
Date of experience: August 2018
John G wrote a review Jul 2018
Copenhagen, Denmark17 contributions6 helpful votes
Very friendly staff and a calm and relaxed atmosophere. Gear in excellent shape and staff keen to help out. Dive sites typically a very short boat trip away. If you are diving as a family this is the perfect place to be in. Not stressed out or overgeared on depth and what have we - relaxed diving at it’s best!…
Date of experience: July 2018
KFyrth wrote a review Jul 2017
cardiff4 contributions1 helpful vote
Great diving company. Very reassuring for my wife (novice diver) - thanks Michael. Good kit. Time taken to make the most of each dive and see everything on offer. We will be back. Many thanks.
Date of experience: July 2017
Travelquay wrote a review Aug 2014
England190 contributions108 helpful votes
The name has changed since last year and is now Balear Divers but the same great team, Lothar & Olga run the extremely professional PADI courses. For my latest course I had Frank who was also excellent and a superb photographer. It's a great place to learn to dive.
Date of experience: August 2014
bsjazo wrote a review Jan 2014
Frankfurt, Germany2 contributions3 helpful votes
The "cave" dive was a swimm-through. The rental gear is bad and the owners haven't even heared of politeness. Only the two sites closest to the shop did ever get dived at in my 3 weeks stay. The other sites advertised not - gas for the boat was too expensive...
Date of experience: August 2013