Dear scuba divers, Me and my wife joined a weekend recreational diving tour by Eurodive/Dalyan Dive Center on June 11th, 2016 along with some of our diving club members. We encountered an unproffessional behavior by mentioned diving center which might be a vital one. I strongly recommend not to plan diving with this diving center, unless they improve their skills and necessary equipment/training. If you have some feedback by this diving center, I will be happy to hear your experiences with them....
Diving in Fethiye. European Diving is a Dive center in Fethiye. People were friendly and the diving was perfect @ Alladin's Cave. One disadvantage for qualified divers though is that the Boat was filled with non-divers and it took a long time to get all interested "possible" divers into the water and let them try to enjoy diving. The dive trip took way to long for two dives. We went out at 9H45 and returned to shore only @ 17H00. Definitely too long for a qualified diver.
Diving in Bodrum. The advantage of Erman Diving Center is that they do diving trips with qualified divers only whereas many other dive centers take a lot of non qualified divers for fun dives and thus these trips do take take a long time. I went out to sea with Erman Diving, did 2 great dives and returned which took me 3 hours with a great lunch on the boat.
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