Coasteering Wales aims to serve the needs of each group and are fully aware of our responsibilities to each and every one of our clients. We deliver adventurous activities in a special environment that requires the use for equipment of the highest quality.

The equipment that we use at Coasteering Wales is second to none and has been chosen by us for maximum safety and comfort for our clients, even in the most testing conditions. Coasteering Wales has over the years tried and tested a variety of equipment on our Coasteering sessions, prior to agreeing on the equipment that we use today with 5mm CSkin Wetsuits, Chill Cheater Rash Vests and neoprene socks and gloves our instructors and clients are able to work and operate in sometimes hostile environments with the confidence that they will stay warm and safe whilst out on the area.

What to Bring

Coasteering Wales will provide all of the specialist coasteering equipment for your session, however there are a few items that we ask you to bring and there are a few items that we recommend, please be sure that you bring with you all of the items that are listed on the need to bring list to ensure you get the most out of your session. We endeavour to bring waterproof cameras and will try to capture your Coasteering session for you, later providing you with a link to them at no extra cost, however please note that this is not always possible so it is worth bringing a waterproof camera or GoPro along to capture those moments. Pleae note that Coasteering Wales cannot be held accountable for loss or damage to your camera or GoPro, should you choose to bring it.

You need to bring

  • Old trainers with grippy tread that you don't mind getting wet
  • Swimming costume
  • Thin base layer
  • Warm clothes to change into after the session
  • Old shorts with drawstring to go over the wetsuit
  • Towel
  • Plastic bag for all of your wet kit
  • Waterproof Camera (optional)

We will provide

  • 5mm wetsuit
  • Helmet
  • Buoyancy aid
  • Safety equipment
  • During the winter months groups will be issued with rash vest and Neoprene gloves, socks and balaclavas