There can be many seasons in a day in Cornwall, so please be prepared for all weather.
Please pack water proofs, warm clothes and extra clothes for other activity times outside of diving when the students may get wet.
We will have a drying area for the students to hang any wet dive kit. But please bear in mind if it is a particularly wet week, clothes will not dry properly so having spare clothes is recommended.
In the evening we will sit around tables at basecamp under a cover, and also around the fire pit, so we will have shelter, but remember we are still on the coast and open to the elements so come prepared for camping.
- Swimming costumes x2 recommended
- Rash Vest (if you have one)
- Lightweight camping towel
- Water bottle
- Beach towel
- Warm jacket
- Waterproof jacket for activities and evening
- Waterproof trousers for daytime activities
- Jumper / warm top
- Warm clothing
- Walking boots/wellies
- Sandals/flip flops
- Warm hat (for evenings and after being in the water)
- Phone/camera chargers
- Sun cream
- Personal medication
- Notebook, pens, coloured pens, pencils
- A postage stamp – essential!
We are travelling by minibus, so make sure your bag is suitable. No suitcases please!
And no, there are no hairdrying facilities at the campsite…
Dive Project Cornwall will provide:
- Sleeping mat
- Sleeping bag (if you need one)
- Eating utensils
- All dive equipment and gear:
- 7mm wetsuit with hood
- Wetsuit boots
- Wetsuit gloves
- Fins, masks, snorkel
- Scuba gear
- Password to e-learning
If you have poor eyesight
Last year a couple of divers discussed their poor eyesight with the Dive Cleeve team well before departure. Wearing contact lenses in the water is highly discouraged, as microorganisms can get between the lens and the eye, causing an end to diving as well as a trip to hospital. Most young people do not need any vision correction underwater, but we are happy to discuss corrective masks with families who think they may be necessary. Just Contact Us to discuss.