I organise diving trips in the UK. I don't make a profit out of them. The cost of the boat is split equally between everyone else on board. First the rules, which I hope aren't too daunting:
- By signing up for the trip, you are declaring that you are qualified
to do the dives, suitably experienced and medically fit. There is no dive marshal. You
and only you are responsible for your dive and dive plan.
- Deposits will be requested in advance. The full amount for the boat must be received by me within three weeks
of signing up for the trip. If it's not, your name will be removed.
- I'm not booking any accommodation. You need to sort it out yourself
as it's just too much aggravation when people cancel.
- If you can't make the trip, it is up to you to find a replacement.
All replacements must be notified to me and I reserve the right to
refuse them if I feel they are not up to the dives planned.
- If there are refunds to be done, I will only do them by electronic transfer. I'm not
prepare to go through the hassle of sending out cheques. If you don't want to give me
your bank details via email, you can always ring me.
The following people have booked onto previous dives organised by me, didn't pay and didn't turn up
leaving me out of pocket.
- Mark Pickering (scubadogg) Weymouth 24/25 April. £98
So if you're interested, please use the contact form to send me a message.