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Q. Can even one person participate?

A. Of course, that's okay. There are many people who come alone.

Q: What do I need to bring?

A. Please wear a swimsuit, sandals, towel, sunscreen, drinks (there are drinks on the boat, but the amount is limited), and a change of clothes. If you are participating in a fun/refresher dive, please bring your license card and logbook.

Q. I'm worried about seasickness.

A. On the morning of the flight, we recommend that you eat easily digestible foods in moderation and take motion sickness medication.

Q. Is there a shuttle service?

A.There is free transportation within the city. There is a fee for the Kabira, Shiraho, and Miyara areas, so please contact us.

Q. Is it possible to go by rental car?

A. Yes, it is possible. There is a free parking lot, so if you have one, please come by rental car.

Q. How much is the cancellation fee?

A.A cancellation fee will be charged for cancellations due to customer convenience. On the day: 100%, After 16:00 the day before: 50% We will prepare equipment, tanks, lunch, etc., so if it is inconvenient, please contact us as soon as possible.

Q. Can I pay online?

A. We accept various card payments, paypay, Rakuten Pay, and other online payments. We also have a free rental equipment campaign where you can pay online in advance on our website, so please take advantage of this.

Q. Is it possible to do both skin diving and fun diving?

A. We visit 3 dive sites a day, so you can enjoy 2 fun dives and 1 skin dive, or 1 fun dive and 2 skin dives. Prices vary, so please check the price list.

Q. Can I see manta rays while skin diving?

A. Yaeyama Manta Point is generally shallower than 10 meters deep, and you can see manta rays even from the water surface. However, there are many points where free diving is prohibited, so if you have a license and want to look up at manta rays from below, we recommend scuba diving. Free dive as much as you like at points other than Manta Point~♪






If you have any other questions, please contact us via LINE or the inquiry form.