Global Scuba is a bit of a strange place!
The centre is very easy to find, located within the Civil Aviation Club, with plenty of secure parking and easy access to the beach.
The centre has a bit of a '70's UK dive club' feel to it and the few bits of equipment for sale only adds to the feeling. That said the bosses, Monique and Keith were great, very helpful and with a great sense of humour. They also had a great attitude towards safe diving and also to the environment.
The boat we used (Bahar Saham) is not the best dive boat I have ever been on. It's pretty crowded even with only 9 divers, has a high freeboard, and has a very strange angle to the ladder so it would be very difficult for the 'weak-bodied' to get back on board.
The boat skipper was great and gave some very detailed dive site briefings. He gave them as his English was better than the dive guides. As usual the diving on the Daymaniyat Islands was superb! The sandwiches are lunch time were very good too!!
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