Diver Communication Symbols

This page lists all the various symbols in the Diver Communication Symbols category.

Diver communications are the methods used by divers to communicate with each other or with surface members of the dive team.

Symbols in this category:

air leaking

There is air leaking from your equipment.

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Are you OK? or I am OK!

Are you OK? or I am OK!

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Ascend or I'm going up

Ascend, or I am going up

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Boat

The diver hand signal for boat is hands cupped together.

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Buddy Up

Get with your buddy.

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Come and get me as soon as you can

Come and get me as soon as you can, but not an emergency.

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Cramp

I have a cramp.

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Cut

Cut the line.

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Danger

Danger in that direction

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Descend

I'm going down.

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Emergency!

Emergency! Help me now

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Entangled

Line, Line tangle or Cutting the line

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Give me air now

Give me air now

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Hold on to each other

Hold on to each other - Maintain physical contact

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I am on reserve

I am on reserve or I am on bailout gas or I am low on gas

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I can't clear this ear

I can't clear this ear

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I don't know

I don't know

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I'm ok

I'm ok surface symbol

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Level off

Level off at this depth

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Scuba diving

Scuba diving

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Silt

Silt, or Silting

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Slow Down

Take it easy, Relax or Slow down

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Something is wrong

Something is wrong

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Think

Think. or remember.

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Time up

Time up - time to turn the dive and start heading back

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Turn

Turn or terminate the dive

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Which Direction?

Which direction?

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Who will lead, who will follow

Who will lead, who will follow

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