This page is the terms and conditions page for our Facebook group – Falmouth RHIB Diving on Stingray.
The only Rule of this group is: If you put your name down on a trip, you pay, unless YOU can find someone to take your place.
If you click going or ring us to say you are going, whatever the reason you have for not turning up, IT IS NOT UNDER OUR CONTROL. So the space you have reserved is still payable for. Just removing yourself from the event does not remove your liability, you must find a replacement or pay.
We keep our prices as reasonable as possible, if we get too many ‘no shows’, we shall have to increase our prices to cover them.
If you do not agree with these simple T&Cs, please remove yourself from the group. Repeat offenders will be removed, basically 3 strikes and you are out. You can still dive with us but payment will be required IN ADVANCE when you book your space, like nearly every dive boat in the U.K.
Stingray is a stable vessel and is useful as a base for film & media work. Although it may not have the space and comfort of Moonshadow, it does have speed and manoeuvrability, as well as accessibility to shallow sites in it’s favour.
It has been used in:
- Two different Rosamunde Pilcher films made by FFP New Media for German TV
- BBC Radio Cornwall live broadcast platform
- BBC One Show for filming a Freediving feature with Ian Donald and Andy Torbet
- BBC One Show as a featured boat, as well as for filming a piece with Miranda Krestovnikoff
- Numerous features for Scubaverse.com as a base for some featured dives with Jeff Goodman
- Jocks and Nerds magazine, Tudor watches freediving Photoshoot with Ian Donald
- Scuba Magazine Photoshoots and article features with Mark Milburn and Nick Lyon
- ITV Countrywise with Ben Fogle, Freediving at Longships reef, Lands End
- BBC Spotlight South West, multiple programs
- BBC Inside Out, featured boat, surface camera boat
- Poldark safety/guard boat, photographer’s boat, mounted mobile reflective screen, S03Ep05
- Farer Aqua Compressor freediving shoot, camera boat, location scout and location advisor
- Sunday Telegraph feature looking for Barrel Jellyfish
- Fishing Impossible, series 2, Jay’s transfer boat
Moonshadow is an excellent filming platform too. It has been used in:
- When Cruises go wrong – Channel 4 – Filming platform
- Devon and Cornwall (S02 Ep01) – Channel 4 – Hero boat as well as Filming Platform
- Cornwall with Simon Reeve Ep02 – BBC 2 – Filming Platform as well as being involved with the actual project.
Our charter RHIB ‘Stingray’ is legally coded to take 11 people out for viewing wildlife as well as taking scuba divers. Our charter hard boat “Moonshadow” is legally coded to take 12 people out for wildlife or dive trips.
The waters around Cornwall have a rich wildlife heritage including Basking Sharks, Blue Sharks and Atlantic Grey Seals. As a WiSe (Wildlife Safe) Master accredited operator we have received instruction in species identification, life history and behaviour of a range of species that we might encounter, and will record our sightings for use in basic scientific research. read more →
Atlantic Scuba owns two proton precession Magnetometers for detecting ferrous objects underwater. Our Planet Electronics MX500 Proton Magnetometer is a high quality Nuclear Magnetic Resonance scanner. When towed behind our rhibs it can be used to find wrecks/wreckage or even cannons at various depths depending on the size and shape of the object. Our Aquascan AX100 is a more compact unit with similar capabilities to the MX500. By simultaneously using both our boats with both magnetometers, we can cover large areas very quickly. read more →