Ocean Spirit Emergency First Aid Response

Ocean Spirit Emergency First Aid Respons aims to train Mauritians to safe lives and offer help to those who need it in life threatening situations.

Ocean Spirit ltd has been established for 19 years in Péreybère. Our EFR branch is dedicated to training Mauritians in first aid offering First Aid Response Courses. Courses are conducted in Ocean Spirit building opposite the Beach Authority, in a friendly low-stressful learning environment close to real-life scenarios in which the students are able to learn on a easy and pleasant way. Modern medi

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Timeline Photos 20/09/2021

Timeline Photos

13 African countries have reached the @WHO target of fully vaccinating more than 10% of its population against #COVID19 by the end of September.

Crippling vaccine supply shortages have slowed down many countries in the Region.

80 Metre viz| Ocean Spirit| Mauritius 22/08/2021

80 Metre viz| Ocean Spirit| Mauritius

Mining operations under the ocean

80 Metre viz| Ocean Spirit| Mauritius You wont believe what diving the ocean was like this morning. Shamenta viz was at least 80 metres. From 26 Metres I could film the guys descending from on th...

19/08/2021
Wreck Diving|Ocean Spirit|Mauritius 31/07/2021

Wreck Diving|Ocean Spirit|Mauritius

Wreck Diving|Ocean Spirit|Mauritius Diving Coin de Mire Island in Mauritius on Djabeda wreck is a fabulous experience and we had a great guy filming us on his drone as we left the mainland and ...

30/07/2021

Here is a great story from DAN,
Diver Safety
What divers say about DAN
It is always a source of great joy for the DAN team to hear testimonials from our members. Therefore I want to share another DAN member story with you!

DAN was founded on a culture of shared enjoyment of the aquatic realm and the desire to help fellow divers in need. Responses like the one from Sean Rogers are welcome affirmations that the original spirit continues.
Meet Sean...
Don’t dive at Devil’s Beach!

My girlfriend and I recently embarked on a last-minute trip which would have taken us quite a bit more than halfway around the world if we had made it to our final destination, that is…

We joined a last-minute yacht trip that would essentially take us from Cape Town all the way over the Atlantic Ocean through the Panama Canal and then across the Pacific Ocean. Our final destination was to be Australia.

This is the kind of event most people dream of attending: a luxurious yacht, a few friends and miles and miles of open water dotted here and there with some of the most diveable islands one can ever hope to see. I have seen many nice places in the past years, but this was the trip to beat them all. St. Helena, Brazil, St. Vincent and Barbados, zip through the infamous Panama Canal, and then off to the Galápagos Islands, Fiji, Tonga, Samoa, New Zealand and finally Australia. It is a list you just can’t beat.

The Atlantic trip went as planned and my girlfriend and I got to see some amazing sites. Barbados is by far my favourite place. Every time you put your feet near the water you see a turtle looking back at you and the water is a comfy 26°C! Added to that, the people there are very friendly and have an accent that can make you crack a smile all day. It’s a great place to plan your retirement.

Panama, however, presented us with some serious challenges. All was going according to plan for the first few days but on the last day before departure darkness loomed in the distance. That distance was approximately 30 minutes’ hiking from the marina on a beautiful stretch of reef and beach suitably called Playa el Diablo. Yes, the Devil’s Beach!

My girlfriend and I went for our last snorkel on the Central American coast, which ended with me slipping and breaking my left hand in four places. I had to hike the 30 minutes back to the marina (as it was getting dark) with pumas lurking nearby in the forest. I should have known better than to go diving at a place called The Devil’s Beach!

The rest of the story is a whirlwind of expensive taxis, late-night emergency hospital X-rays and mental stress associated with trying to figure out how we would get back home to have an operation on what I had then found out was a badly broken hand.

I decided to contact DAN Southern Africa to get some advice on the situation. What followed was something you would never expect of service and delivery from any insurance or business these days in South Africa. The team, not only assisted me in getting home safely but also made sure I knew they were taking care of things the whole way through. I received numerous calls and emails assuring me every step of the way that I was in good hands

A big thanks to the dan medics and the whole of DAN Southern Africa.
Request
Alert Diver and the DAN Blog is read almost exclusively by the DAN members. As such, important messages like Sean’s do not reach non-members unless DAN members make the material available to them or talk to them about it. As such, I would really like to ask you, as a loyal DAN member, to tell your diving buddies about DAN and the value of being a DAN member. DAN is so much more than diving medical cover. DAN represents a culture of care, a heart for diving. It goes beyond helping in the occasional emergency towards serving and protecting the very enjoyment of this wonderful sport of diving!

I’d like to ask you a favour! Do you mind posting a Google Review via the DAN Google platform? It will be great if you can add any images you have with a DAN flag, t-shirt, sticker etc. or at your favourite dive shop or dive site. More importantly is the review! You can use this link.

I look forward to reading your DAN review!

- Morné

Here is a great story from DAN,
Diver Safety
What divers say about DAN
It is always a source of great joy for the DAN team to hear testimonials from our members. Therefore I want to share another DAN member story with you!

DAN was founded on a culture of shared enjoyment of the aquatic realm and the desire to help fellow divers in need. Responses like the one from Sean Rogers are welcome affirmations that the original spirit continues.
Meet Sean...
Don’t dive at Devil’s Beach!

My girlfriend and I recently embarked on a last-minute trip which would have taken us quite a bit more than halfway around the world if we had made it to our final destination, that is…

We joined a last-minute yacht trip that would essentially take us from Cape Town all the way over the Atlantic Ocean through the Panama Canal and then across the Pacific Ocean. Our final destination was to be Australia.

This is the kind of event most people dream of attending: a luxurious yacht, a few friends and miles and miles of open water dotted here and there with some of the most diveable islands one can ever hope to see. I have seen many nice places in the past years, but this was the trip to beat them all. St. Helena, Brazil, St. Vincent and Barbados, zip through the infamous Panama Canal, and then off to the Galápagos Islands, Fiji, Tonga, Samoa, New Zealand and finally Australia. It is a list you just can’t beat.

The Atlantic trip went as planned and my girlfriend and I got to see some amazing sites. Barbados is by far my favourite place. Every time you put your feet near the water you see a turtle looking back at you and the water is a comfy 26°C! Added to that, the people there are very friendly and have an accent that can make you crack a smile all day. It’s a great place to plan your retirement.

Panama, however, presented us with some serious challenges. All was going according to plan for the first few days but on the last day before departure darkness loomed in the distance. That distance was approximately 30 minutes’ hiking from the marina on a beautiful stretch of reef and beach suitably called Playa el Diablo. Yes, the Devil’s Beach!

My girlfriend and I went for our last snorkel on the Central American coast, which ended with me slipping and breaking my left hand in four places. I had to hike the 30 minutes back to the marina (as it was getting dark) with pumas lurking nearby in the forest. I should have known better than to go diving at a place called The Devil’s Beach!

The rest of the story is a whirlwind of expensive taxis, late-night emergency hospital X-rays and mental stress associated with trying to figure out how we would get back home to have an operation on what I had then found out was a badly broken hand.

I decided to contact DAN Southern Africa to get some advice on the situation. What followed was something you would never expect of service and delivery from any insurance or business these days in South Africa. The team, not only assisted me in getting home safely but also made sure I knew they were taking care of things the whole way through. I received numerous calls and emails assuring me every step of the way that I was in good hands

A big thanks to the dan medics and the whole of DAN Southern Africa.
Request
Alert Diver and the DAN Blog is read almost exclusively by the DAN members. As such, important messages like Sean’s do not reach non-members unless DAN members make the material available to them or talk to them about it. As such, I would really like to ask you, as a loyal DAN member, to tell your diving buddies about DAN and the value of being a DAN member. DAN is so much more than diving medical cover. DAN represents a culture of care, a heart for diving. It goes beyond helping in the occasional emergency towards serving and protecting the very enjoyment of this wonderful sport of diving!

I’d like to ask you a favour! Do you mind posting a Google Review via the DAN Google platform? It will be great if you can add any images you have with a DAN flag, t-shirt, sticker etc. or at your favourite dive shop or dive site. More importantly is the review! You can use this link.

I look forward to reading your DAN review!

- Morné

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Ocean Spirit Emergency First Aid Response updated their information in their About section. 30/07/2021

Ocean Spirit Emergency First Aid Response updated their information in their About section.

Ocean Spirit Emergency First Aid Response updated their information in their About section.

Diving Mauritius- an Octopus love story 27/06/2021

Diving Mauritius- an Octopus love story

Diving Mauritius- an Octopus love story This is one of the romantic undersea videos you are ever likely to see

23/06/2021

Happy Mauritius

Diving Mauritius with the tool using Titan Triggerfish 11/06/2021

Diving Mauritius with the tool using Titan Triggerfish

Fish also use tools

Diving Mauritius with the tool using Titan Triggerfish Rare footage of the tool using triggerfish.

The Shark Dive with Ocean Spirit in Mauritius 10/06/2021

The Shark Dive with Ocean Spirit in Mauritius

The Shark Dive with Ocean Spirit in Mauritius Shark diving in Mauritius is unique in the world. Deep caverns under the Northern Islands have created washing machine- like currents where sharks can sleep ...

08/06/2021
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Discover Scuba Diving in Mauritius with Ocean Spirit 03/05/2021

Discover Scuba Diving in Mauritius with Ocean Spirit

Discover Scuba Diving in Mauritius with Ocean Spirit If you're fairly fit and can equalize your ears, then you can learn to dive with PADI and the best way to start diving is by doing a PADI Discover Scuba Divi...

Depth Magazine 29/04/2021

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12/01/2021

Make her happy.

This week's bouquet from Passion of Flowers. Naaz delivers to Ocean Spirit in Pereybere on a Tuesday.
Orders 59246155 from Rs 500 to 1000. Gorgeous

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Diving Mauritius with Trevally and Tuna Baitball

2021 incredible

youtube.com Our First 2021 Dive and the sea was pumping with hunting kingfish, trevally and tuna. This is how it played out.

22/12/2020

KaiZo Kitesurf School

💦Yesterday session at Anse la Raie beach ! Wind changing its direction and dropping down sometimes but still manage to had some fun 🤗 Hopefully we will have a nice Kitesurfing weather in the days coming🤞🏼 #Kaïzo #kitesurf #school #girlinstructor #level2IKO #anselaraie #mauritius #northside

11/10/2020

Need a boost? Come to the Ocean Spirit Coffee Shop in Pereybere for a great cup of coffee, a light meal and free WiFi with your first cup of coffee overlooking the ocean.

OPENING 8 am to 4 30 pm every day.
Rs 100 for each item on the menu.
Deliciously healthy. Freshly toasted

Ocean Spirit proudly announces the arrival of Kamlesh, our coffee shop barista. Top in the Illy Training Academy, Kamlesh understands the art of fine coffee. We only use the Illy Brand, because its the best. Why not join us?

26/09/2020

Life in Mauritius

Chasing the sun on a sunset cruise with Ocean Spirit Scuba Diving. The most amazing late afternoon spent on the ocean on a launch of the Ocean Spirit sunset cruise. Surrounded by a school of playful dolphins, enjoying great company, sundowners and snacks.

youtube.com 22/09/2020

An Octopus Love Story South Africa

youtube.com The brilliant award winningNetflix documentary My Octopus Teacher showed a year in the life of an octopus. The mating rituals were not show, but they are tru...

axess.mu 16/09/2020

ISUZU Dmax donation to Reef Conservation | Axess | Best selection of new cars for sale in Mauritius

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axess.mu After the events of the oil spill from the MV Wakashio in the south east of the Mauritius, NGOs have started mobilizing cleaning campaigns all around the island. In order to restore a blue economy, multiple project developments initiative in collaboration of numerous companies have already started a...

07/09/2020

Learn to swim and dive. You never know when your life might depend on it.

The staff of the Lighthouse School came on Saturday and enjoyed a Free Try Dive themselves, so
that they can share their experiences with their pupils
They had a lot of fun.
Bravo Lighthouse. We hope this will be the beginning of a Mauritian swimming and diving evolution.

03/09/2020

Jill

Patrick Voorma asked me to make a video showing divers the details about the Wakashio Oil Spill and its affect on diving in Mauritius.
It affected only the South Eastern centres, but pleasetake a look and share.

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Giant bulk carrier runs aground on reef off Mauritius -

splash247.com A giant bulk carrier ran aground on a reef off Mauritius on Saturday evening, despite warnings from the local coast guard that the ship was travelling too near the shore.  Booms are in place, and salvage companies are on standby to handle the delicate operation to safely remove the 203,130 dwt bulk...

24/08/2020

Ocean Spirit Scuba Diving Mauritius

An appeal for help comes from 13 villages on the East coast who have been affected by the Wakashio oil spill and they need help with establishing alternative revenue streams. Their fishermen, like ours in the North pictured below are having difficulty getting the bait they need because of the oil. They need to create alternative sources of income.
TEPCO the NGO whose turtle research OS helped finance has established a Crowdfund to help them and protect the reefs. Please follow the link to donate.
https://www.crowdfund.mu/post-oil-spill-emergency-plan-bringing-the-affected-fishermen-and-sea-users-community-back-to-life-371.html

23/08/2020

Mobilisation Nationale Wakashio

"We are now getting into the second stage of the clean-up. There will be less people, but more planned and scientifically support clean-up." Matthew Sommerville

17/08/2020

Ocean Spirit Scuba Diving Mauritius

I dived on Saturday and went to film Mahebourg, Point Desney and Blue Bay on Sunday. The ship has split, so it will be easier to dispose of now. A 300 metre ship is too big for normal marine equipment to handle.
This is what I found

15/08/2020

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Communiqué

Le ministère de l’Environnement, de la Gestion des Déchets Solides et du Changement Climatique tient à remercier tous les membres du public et l’ensemble des volontaires qui ont permis au pays de faire face de manière rapide au Oil Spill causé par le naufrage du MV Wakashio.

Des équipes de professionnels entraînés et équipés sont désormais sur place afin de relayer les volontaires sur les opérations de nettoyage. Les spécialistes ont pris en charge les sites affectés dans le but de procéder à un nettoyage scientifique afin de réhabiliter notre ecosystème le plus rapidement possible.

Le public est prié de ne pas se rendre, pour le moment, sur les sites touchés par le oil-spill.

Cependant, l’aide du public sera encore une fois nécessaire pour le nettoyage de certaines zones. Un plan global de nettoyage incluant la société civile est actuellement en préparation, et sera publié dans les plus brefs délais.
Par ailleurs, sur les conseils des experts, la production de booms artisanaux a été stoppée pour le moment. Le public sera tenu régulièrement informé de l'évolution de la situation et de l'éventuelle nécessité d’en fabriquer de nouveaux.

Le Ministère de l’Environnement, de la Gestion des Déchets Solides et du Changement Climatique compte sur la compréhension du public.

Ministère de l’Environnement, de la Gestion des Déchets Solides et du Changement Climatique

Ce vendredi 14 août 2020.

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Ocean Spirit Diving Center
Pereybèré
742CU001

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:45
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:45
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:45
Thursday 08:00 - 17:45
Friday 08:00 - 17:45
Saturday 08:00 - 17:45
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Prayer facilities for travellers for men and women for the 5 daily prayer and Jumu'ah is also perform.