1) – The site must have direct access to the water.
2) – Life-saving equipment available – including 02 equipment.
3) – Locked storage/drying area for diving gear.
4) – Ability to provide information on particularly suitable diving places in the area.
5) – Must be able to provide information on diving rules, as well as hazardous places for diving in the area.
6) – Must be able to provide full information on whether or not it is possible to refill oxygen tanks.
7) – Option to group a party on the site - min. 6 tents.
8) – The site must have facilities for launching dinghies or be able to direct users to facilities nearby.
9) – The site must be able to offer self-catering kitchen facilities.
10) – There must be provision for rinsing diving equipment in fresh water.
11) - The campsite must have an emergency telephone or a coin-operated phone so that help can be summoned readily in case of accident. Emergency numbers must be clearly displayed.
12) - Filling of air bottles may only take place at the campsite in collaboration with or with the permission of the site manager. This also applies if clubs or other users bring their own equipment.