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Diving During COVID 19 

The dive boat will be disinfected throughout the day, please avoid touching things unless necessary or 

All rental equipment and tanks will be sanitized by our staff members.  Please do not touch other diver's gear.


All Dive Crew & Guests are asked to wear a face cover.

  1. Please have all your dive gear (excluding tanks) inside a gear bag or bin upon boarding the dive boat.

  2. Please practice Social Distancing while on the boat.  Scuba tanks will be spaced on the boat to help with this.

  3. We encourage everyone to bring their own reusable water bottle.

  4. Please remember to bring a towel, snacks or lunch, and personal disinfecting products.  No bleach products allowed on board.

  5. Marine Head - Please remember that no paper towel products or wipes are to be placed in the toilet.  

  6. Please do not spit in your mask or on the deck of the boat.  If you do not have Defog solution, we have spray bottles of Defog on board.  There will be NO communal mask rinse bucket.  

  7. The dive boat will be disinfected throughout the day.

  8. End of Dive Day - ALL dive equipment and tanks must be removed from the boat to allow the crew to properly sanitize and disinfect the boat for the next day's dive trip.

  9. We recommend that each diver bring a personal rubbermaid/bin/tub to store their dive equipment overnight in their car or hotel room. 


Tips to help keep you safe and minimize risk for exposure.

Divers should sanitize their dive equipment, especially - masks, snorkels, whistles, orally inflated SMB's, BCD oral inflators, and second stages of regulators.  All las Vegas scuba rental dive equipment is disinfected immediately after each use.

  • Use a defog solution instead of spit for your mask.

  • Dive buddies should not use/share the same mouthpiece unless it's an emergency situation.

  • Carry disinfectant solution in your dive bag in case needed.

  • Wear a face cover (i.e., face mask, gaiter, buff, bandana, etc.)

  • Practice Social Distancing while in the Dive Shop, Outdoor Deck and Dive Boats

  • Practice proper hygiene, including frequently washing your hands, coughing or sneezing into your elbow and not touching your face.


We appreciate your help and understanding with these guidelines that we have in place for your and our health and safety. 

Sincerely, Las Vegas Scuba

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