NAUI PADI CMAS Sakalav 'Diving diving club equipment
Capacity of 30 people.
tanks 15 liters, 12 liters, 9 liters, 4 liters, Safety equipment on board (oxygen and various care)
multibrand BCD, regulators, snorkeling gear, wetsuits, computers. compressors BAUER 12M3h to 36m3h.
Equipment maintained daily, and the stock is constantly renewed to have good quality equipment.
NEPTUNE: Length: 9 m, width: 2.10 m, evinrude V6 engine 200 hp, maximum 10 divers.
BOSTON: Length: 9 m, width: 2.40 m, evinrude V6 200 hp engine, maximum 12 divers.
BOSTON: Length: 8 m, width: 2.20 m, evinrude V6 engine 200 HP, 8 divers maximum.
Staff of the diving club NAUI PADI CMAS Sakalav 'Diving.
Alain Benoit RASSAT, manager and supervisor.
NAUI and CMAS instructor, PADI Divemaster, About 13000 dives, professional underwater photographer and videographer since 1997. Master degree in oceanography. Languages: french / english. Thanks to a diving instructor father, he started freediving at 4 and diving at 5 years old, in Djibouti. A passion for the reef that has never left it. Diving in the Mozambique Channel since 1990. In 2008 he decided to set up a diving center through which he can continue to live his passion while sharing it and passing it on to beginners and experienced divers.
Nathalie BAZARD , manager and supervisor.
Divemaster PADI- about 5000 dives. tourism degree. Languages: French English German
Coming from 4 * hotel industry and tour operator specialized in the north of Madagascar, she moved to Nosy Be and manage Sakalav Diving to live his passion for the aquatic environment
The staff of the Diving Club
Mariners, guards, are there to facilitate your stay at the Diving Club. The boat is often drifting, and follows the bubbles of the divers. The mariners take care of this task, as well as changing the tanks of each diver between the 2 dives. They carry the equipment to the boat before your arrival in the morning, they unload the boat when you return from diving, rinse the equipment and dry it, before returning it to the club for the night. You just have to take care of your dive..