Privacy Policy

You can rest assured. We have no software linked to this website to capture personal details, unless you decide to send us that information using one of the 'contact' forms or by email.
We do however collect anonymous, passive information such as statistical and page load information, using both a simple cookie and by using both server logs and the publicly available GOOGLE Analytics and STATCOUNTER software, which both sample the standard internet request headers. We use this data to identify the most popular parts of the website, trends and other technical information to help us improve the effectiveness and popularity of the website. The data collected is equivalent to that automatically saved by the APACHE web server and we use it for our own statistical analysis and it is never shared or sold to third parties. The information collected by the cookie includes the data and time of the visit and the referring page. You can disable our cookie by clicking the button at the bottom of the page.

On a small number of pages we display third-party advertisments via our partner, Google, who may collect information using their own cookie. They may use generic system information (not including your name, address, email address or telephone number) about your visits to this and other websites in order to provide advertisements about goods and services of interest to you.

Throughout the site we have included links to third parties for your convenience. We declare that we explicitly dissociate ourselves from the contents of all websites, with which we have links. We declare that we have no influence at all on their contents whatsoever. Visitors should review the privacy policies on these sites and we have no responsibility for the policies and practices of these sites. If we become aware of any complaint about illegal, offensive or hate content we will immediately cancel those links from our website.

If you fill in a request form or send us an e-mail then we require a minimum amount of personal details (eg name, e-mail address, language, qualification level, number of dives, telephone number and your personal travel plans) to help us offer you the level of experience you need. In any e-mail conversation you may disclose further personal information.

If you dive with us we will retain paper, computer and e-mail records of any training or dives you complete, for statutory, safety and certification reasons, and we may contact you in the future to update you on our plans or to update our records unless you specifically ask us not to.

If you wish to review or ammend any personal data held by us then you can contact us by e-mail at or using our contact button from the menu on the left and we will be pleased to advise on what is held, subject to a proof of identity.

We also support fully the both the BSAC and PADI child protection initiatives for teaching younger divers and snorklers or vulnerable people. You can read more on our PADI Junior Divers page. We will not accept any orders from any person under the age of 16 years, and do not knowingly collect statistical or personal data from them.

Social Media and Photos

We actively record interesting activities and special events on our Social Media Page (Facebook) and our website, with both text posts and photographs. We normally do not fully identify individuals without their express permission, or identify divers in underwater photos other than by a first name. Typical Facebook posts or captions are 'Graham enjoyed seeing the Spiny Pufferfish today' or 'congratulations to John for completing his PADI Open Water Course'. If you have any concerns about privacy in relation to Social Media or our website please just talk to any member of staff and we will add your name to our privacy list and ensure that no posts or photos are placed on Social Media sites which could identify specific individuals. If you are happy to do so, you are welcome to Tag yourself on photos in Facebook or post comments on the entries on our page.

Official statement in Spanish

Davy Jones Diving en adelante la empresa cumple con la legislación en materia de protección de datos de carácter personal. De acuerdo a lo establecido en la Ley Orgánica 15/1999 de Protección de Datos de Carácter Personal, le informamos que disponemos de su dirección de correo electrónico ha sido incorporada al fichero de CLIENTES y/o MARKETING. Como titular de dichos ficheros automatizados de datos de carácter personal, la empresa utilizará estos datos con la finalidad de mantener y gestionar los servicios contratados por el usuario, así como para informarles de las actividades, productos y servicios ofrecidos o patrocinados por la empresa. Los usuarios podrán ejercitar sus derechos de acceso, rectificación, cancelación y oposición mediante solicitud que habrán de dirigir a Davy Jones Diving a través del correo electrónico

Los usuarios de esta información únicamente serán el personal de la empresa así como sus profesionales o colaboradores que prestan sus servicios en el mismo, y en determinados casos, terceros incluso PADI Europe. En el caso de que sus datos personales vayan a ser proporcionados a terceros, será únicamente con los estamentos oficiales que por ley exijan la cesión o bien entidades bancarias que serán informadas de que únicamente se podrán usar los mismos para los cobros, pagos o gestiones bancarias necesarias para poder llevar a buen fin dicha relación comercial. En el caso de que sus datos sean proporcionados a terceros distintos de los arriba mencionados, La empresa informará previamente del destinatario de dicha transmisión de datos y el objeto del mismo y recabará previamente consentimiento por su parte.

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