Origin of the Alpha flag

Origin of the Alpha flag

If there are no regulations where you are diving, the common recommendation is that divers stay and exit at a distance of less than 15 meters from where the flag is located, and that any type of moving vessel travel at a distance greater than 100 meters minimum

THE TRIBUO DIVING CLUB IS A NON-PROFIT SPORTS CLUB DEDICATED TO UNDERWATER ACTIVITIES IN ALL ITS FORMS. ITS MAIN OBJECTIVES ARE THE PROMOTION AND PRACTICE OF UNDERWATER SPORTS. WE ARE A DIVING CLUB FORMED BY A GROUP OF PEOPLE OF DIFFERENT NATIONALITIES WHO LOVE TO DIVE AND TRANSMIT OUR PASSION TO OTHER PEOPLE. FUERTEVENTURA OFFERS US AN OPPORTUNITY TO DIVE ALL YEAR BETWEEN LAVA SEAS AND DIFFERENT UNDERWATER VOLCANIC LANDSCAPES WITH UNIQUE VIEWS THAT HAVE NOTHING TO ENVY OTHER ISLANDS OF THE CANARY ARCHIPELAGO.

Diving in Fuerteventura | Diving in Corralejo | Diving in the Canary Islands | Diving in La Lajita | Diving in Gran Tarajal | Diving in Costa Calma | Diving in Pajara | Diving in Tuineje | Diving in Betancuria | Diving in Morrojable | Diving in Jandia | Diving in Puerto del Rosario

The “Alpha” flag (blue with white) was accepted in 1961, by the Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organization (IMCO) in a revision of the International Code of Signals, also to indicate diving operations.