coasteering newquay - FAQs

FAQs

Is it Safe?

In one word Yes! All of our instructors are fully qualified beach lifeguards and some have further training in casualty care so you are truly in safe hands. All of the routes have been completed many times by instructors in all ranges of conditions to ensure all weather and sea conditions are not a problem and risk assessments for every route are updated yearly.

I don’t like Heights

Don’t worry! our routes are designed so that if you wish to avoid the jumps that is absolutely no problem! some of the jumps are smaller than others so if you don’t fancy some of the big ones our more than welcome to tackle the smaller ones

What equipment do I need?

We provide all the necessary equipment all of it regally replaced and updated to ensure everyone’s comfort and safety. All you need to bring is a towel and your swim

Does the Weather affect it?

99 % of the time no! unfortunately believe it or not sometimes it does rain in Cornwall! but at the end of the day we are going to be getting your hair wet . There are some rare occasions where unfortunately the sea conditions won’t allow any of our routes to be safe enough for coasteering and if this is the case a full refund is available or a re-schedule for the day is available.

What qualifications do the instructors have?

All of our instructors are fully qualified beach lifeguards this course is an internationally recognised qualification covering water skills and first aid skills and CRB checks. In house training is carried out and renewed every year to the highest standard, you are really in safe hands.

What swimming ability do I need?

Is there a minimum age?

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