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Sandals not all bad...

Mignonne - AOW/Physician
November 17, 2007 at 13:41:15

I was certified at a Sandals and the instructor was very safety-conscious, and we felt in good hands all the time. I have dived at 3 Sandals resorts and also at non-resorts. The Sandals Antigua operation (earlier this year) was the sloppiest I have encountered.  No head counts, instructor/divemaster sharing air instead of stopping the dive, etc.  One instructor/divemaster was very good -- she would do her own head counts, check everyone's tank, equipment etc even if the person officially in charge didn't. The whole operation was loose, though -- they let us dive twice before checking our certification.   We'll dive with them again (it's a lazy, easy way to go) but will be sure to look out for our own safety.  And we always have safety sausages..

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