PETER Diving System is the ultimate luxury water toy, ideal for charter guests who would like to dive but do not hold the required licenses. This multi-user device is also perfect for families who wish to dive together with their young children. Divers can get up close to underwater wildlife with complete confidence and peace of mind.
It is also an efficient and professional working tool for the crew, allowing them to easily carry out underwater works and checks.
2017 saw PETER Diving advancing it's technology to improve in-water operations with the introduction of both an LED air management system and an SSI Speciality certification to make use compliant with all yacht insurance including that covering charter guests.
The new year sees the company engaging new clients and making a splash in the yachting industry with the hope that, in the 2018 season, many yachties and guests will enjoy the benefits of the PETER Diving concept. The advantages include increasing accessibility to entry level divers, greater ease of teaching beginners and introducing the uninitiated to the sport by bridging the gap between snorkelling and diving. It is also expected that the system will become an essential tool onboard for maintenance and emergencies.
If you are visiting BOOT, Düsseldorf towards the end of January, the team would be delighted to arrange a meeting to present the PETER Diving System and the world of possibilities it could open up for crew and clients.
“The PETER Diving unit is an ideal solution for yachts. Blurring the boundary between snorkelling and scuba diving it makes the underwater world more accessible for everyone, no matter age or ability. The PETER is also a useful piece of equipment for crew maintenance and underwater checks making the more difficult tasks more achievable. We highly recommend PETER Diving for clients all over the world.”
Mark Peak - Yacht Toy Specialist, Superyacht Tenders & Toys
“PETER Diving System is very useful. Like when you get a rope tangled in the propeller or the rudder. Even to solve a problem with the anchor when you're on a cruise. It's very easy to dive down and fix anything underneath the boat. It is also useful for maintenance duties such as cleaning or inspecting the hull and water intakes. I recommend it to anyone in the yachting world and I consider it an essential in any oceanic journey"
Pachi Rivero - Skipper, 3rd in Barcelona World Race 2010-2011.