Jean and Felix stay on and get their Open Water Certifications
Joined by Irfan and Josephine completing her Advanced Open Water
With Corley also getting his Advanced Open Water
What a busy few days good show everybody
Jean and Felix on a little trip from Germany drop in to sample the waters of Tenerife
Time for a Discover Scuba Diving thing...Oh what fun and silly grins
What do you mean you want more? Oh if you insist
Part two of this epic odyssey and voyage into rubber and compressed air follows shortly
Gemma and Rachel hadn't been in the water for a while so gentle refresher sort out weights and stuff, with yours truely
While Chris on his final day of diving for his PADI Open Water course, lots of skills under the delicate supervision of "SuperLee" So gentle first dive at Maravilla
So skills done everyone comfortable..Excellent. Palm Mar Wall following lunch with all the usual suspects ..Turtles rays and fish!
Silly grins all around ...ladies see you back soon ....well done to Chris for finishing off Your PADI Open Water. Good effort one and all
Listed as one of the things you just have to try ..Scuba Diving!
It was great to know that Martin and Smita decided that Tenerife Scuba was their kinda place
So after a briefing, and a quick trip to the pool for Smita, it was a "hop skip and a jump" alright a 5 min car ride and a two min boat ride to "Maravilla" (Dive Site)
Smiles and Bubbles, Smiles and Bubbles with the help of yours truly and Super Lee
Jacintha had been telling her mother, who had never tried it before, just how good scuba diving was. So while here in Tenerife they decided that while here in Tenerife this should change.
As Pauline was a little nervous to the pool first for a practice and some skills then out to sea
40mins later having seen fish and octopus, blown bubbles and with the biggest silly grin Pauline said she know understands ....and wants to do more!
Good this Scuba Diving stuff #DivingTenerife
The Discover Scuba Diving course is a great course, in that not only do you learn some of the core scuba diving skills, but that you also get time to practice in our "heated swimming pool" prior to going out to sea.
If you are not that experienced in the water you get a chance to gain confidence and have fun.
So uncle and nephew Paul (already a diver)and Sam, and father and son Nasir and Husan venture, clad only in rubber into the Tenerife waters. Under the watchful gaze of "Super Lee" and yours truly.
Bull Rays or "Pteromylaeus bovinus" is a species of large stingray of the family Myliobatidae found around the coasts of Europe and Africa.
The Obispo, which means "Bishop" in spanish, is characterised by blue stripes running across the wings. The pictures here are from "The Wall at Palm Mar"
The ball of Roncadores ...well they a bonus!
Four friends put on rubber and get wet and breath compresed air for their first time Scuba Diving in Tenerife...
Along with Scottish Allen Tony who joined the fun lurking in the background. This time we were diving at Westhaven Bay a sheltered dive site, some 4 mins from the harbour. Ideal for "Discover Scuba Dives" home to lots of Octopodes, Trumpet fish, shoals of sardine fry and occasionally Seahorses.
Phil and Julie and "dustbin lids" Oliver and Maddie...Discover Scuba Diving at Yellow Mountain
Scuba diving is a great hobby and something that all the family can do. Here at Tenerife Scuba showing a family the underwater delights that Tenerife has to offer is always fun.
Especially under the guidance of Tenerife Scuba instructors Lee and Sam
Following a session in the swimming pool it was off to Montaña Amarilla otherwise known as Yellow Mountain, it is an impressive and unique diving site in the south of Tenerife. A marine reserve with a mixture of sedimentary and volcanic rock formations popular with divers, and right on Tenerife Scuba's doorstep.