How do I book with Nautic Team?
You can book easily via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or via our contact form. We will then clarify all the details including booking confirmation in a simple and uncomplicated manner.
We usually respond to your emails within 24 hours. Since no request remains unanswered, it is also worth looking into the SPAM folder of your email inbox 😉
Of course we are also available by phone during our opening times.
What documents do I have to bring with me?
We need your certification card / diving pass and your diving medical certificate (if necessary). Diving insurance is not mandatory, but recommended.
If you would like to bring the filled in documents for the check-in, you can find them here: downloads
What's the schedule of the dive center?
For the first dive we meet in the diving center at 8:30 a.m. After loading the cars we go to the dive site or to the boat. After the dive, you will return to the dive center (arrival between 11 a.m. and 12 p.m.) for a lunch break. At 1:30 p.m. we meet again for the second dive and are back at dive center around 4/4:30 p.m.
The meeting time for night dives will be announced individually according to the dive site and sunset.
Deviations (e.g. double dive) are reserved and are discussed on a daily basis 😊
How are the dive sites chosen?
‘First of all we have to choose the dive sites according to the weather conditions, especially wind and waves. We drive to the opposite side of the island to enable safe and comfortable diving. The group composition, qualifications and customer requirements also play a role.
What can I expect in Gozo?
From small, flat bays to steep walls, from grottos to caves and flat and deep wrecks, land or boat dives – we have one of the top diving areas available. Gozo is characterized above all by clear water and great visibility. With over 40 land and boat diving sites, we offer a variety of caves, grottos, tunnels, rock arches, steep walls, wrecks and of course fish and Co.
What sort of equipment do I need?
The equipment is included in the price for the beginner diving courses (Scuba-Diver, OpenWaterDiver, CMAS *). However, it is advisable to purchase the basic equipment / ABC equipment (diving mask, fins, snorkel) at the beginning of the course. If you complete your diving course with us, you will receive a 10% discount on the purchase of equipment.
If you do not have your own equipment or do not have all the items, we also have rental equipment.
|Single pieces such as suit, bcd…||€ 7,- per day|
|Complete set of equipment||€ 19,- per day|
|Snorkelling gear ( mask, snorkel & fins )||€ 9.30 per day|
|Hartenberger or other torches||€ 6.00 per dive|
|Computer||€ 8.00 per day|
We recommend the use of open heel fins due to the dive site entrances.
Since we are a “warmwater” destination, only one first stage is required. If you do not want to convert your regulator, we also have bottles with a double valve.
What is included in the dive price?
All of our dives include 10l or 12l tanks, air, weights, transfers to the dive sites by bus and / or boat and accompaniment in a small group.
All diving equipment can be washed, hung and stored with us. Each guest receives a numbered box, which is available to him for the entire time.
Which tanks are available?
We have 10l, 12l and 15l steel tanks with DIN valve as standard.
Corresponding 5l tanks are also available for children. The bottles have mono and partly also double valves.
We also have 80cft aluminum tanks with left / right valves for sidemount or stages, as well as double 12l Twin Sets and 3l tanks for rebreathers. Please inform us ahead while booking.
How long does a dive last?
We have no time limit for our dives. They’re based on the air consumption as well as the under water conditions and personal well-being.