FreeFlow Diving is East Timor's first PADI Dive Resort. Established in 2000 we are the longest running dive centre in the country. Founded by British couple Ann Turner and Wayne Lovell, FreeFlow Diving is dedicated to safe diving practices, protection of the underwater environment and diver education.
FreeFlow Diving has trained more than 2000 divers, from 10 year-olds to more mature students (75 years plus). FreeFlow Diving has also trained the marine unit of the Timor Leste Police, representatives of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry’s and Fisheries (MAFF) and is currently undergoing a long term project to train up to 30 members of the Department of Tourism towards their Rescue Diver certificate. All FreeFlow Diving instructors are PADI instructors and all of our courses are PADI courses.
We operate a Bauer Mariner 200E compressor with 50 12litre tanks, 15 sets of Aqualung regulators with Suunto gauges and Aqualung BCD's. All FreeFlow Diving staff are First Aid and Oxygen Provider trained. We carry oxygen and first-aid kits on all dive trips.
FreeFlow Diving also advises divers visiting East Timor to get dive insurance with a reputable company ie: Divers Alert Network (DAN).