Covid-19 Rules and Guidelines

Yay!! We will be open again for diving from 29th March.

Hopefully these rules will apply for just for a little bit longer………..Please review these before coming to our site each time as they are subject to change with the government guidelines

Site General Rules

Please do not come to Wraysbury if you are suffering with any symptoms associated with Covid-19, flu, colds, if you feel unwell, if you are waiting for covid test results or if you have been in contact with anyone with symptoms or who has tested positive within the last 14 days.

We are now allowing spectators on site but we cannot allow anyone under the age of 16 who is not diving.

There is no need to book in advance - we do not have the facility to do this. We have a very large carpark and as such we are able to get everyone in the water who wants to.

Please do not arrive at Wraysbury Dive Centre early I.e. before 0900am.  If you queue outside it upsets our neighbours and as such we have to ask you to move away and wait in the village.  This can sometimes cause bad feeling which is unfair on our staff.

Please bring your £15 entry in cash and have it ready upon arrival.  You will be asked to place this in a bucket.  We are unable to accept card or pre-payments due to the internet black hole that is our village.

Please park as and where directed.   You are never parked far from the waters edge.

Please follow the ‘arrive, dive, leave,’ mantra.  This does not mean you cannot do multiple dives or have a cup of tea between - it simply means please do not hang around unnecessarily chatting before, between and after dives.

Instructors/Divemasters/safety divers cannot be shared across two groups who are on site at the same time as we cannot have groups waiting out of the water for an instructor to become available. 

All litter that did not originate from Wraysbury Dive Centre must be removed from site.

There will be hand sanitiser available at various points around the centre.  Please feel free to use.

Only one buddy pair to use the water entry/exit points at any one time.  Please be patient with each other.

No equipment to be left at the water entry/exit points or on the kitting up benches.

These rules have been put in place for the safety of everyone, both customers and staff.  They may be subject to change as government and scientific advice changes.  Please stick to the rules to avoid staff being put in the uncomfortable and unfair situation of having to ask persons to leave.