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Diver Safety

Your Safety Matters Most

For the safety of all divers, we require certification for all dives. Not being certified can pose risks to yourself and others. However, if you're new to diving, we offer the Discover Scuba Diving program as an introduction to diving under the direct supervision of a PADI professional.

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We prioritize safety by adhering to PADI Standards, maintaining a Portable Oxygen Kit and First Aid Kit on-site, prioritizing safety over diving desires, being empathetic and flexible with divers, and cooperating with the local Emergency Medical Service to ensure prompt response if needed.

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We strictly adhere to PADI Standards, ensuring that there are no more than four divers per guide. This ratio allows us to prioritize and maintain divers' safety throughout the dive experience.

Our dive guides are all certified professionals (at least PADI Divemaster) with extensive experience in diving and guiding. They hold certifications from internationally recognized agencies and undergo regular training to stay updated with the latest safety standards.

We conduct thorough dive briefings before every dive to ensure that divers understand the dive plan and are aware of any potential hazards. Our guides closely monitor divers during the dive and will intervene if they see any diver exceeding their skill limits.

Yes, there are health requirements for diving with us. We strictly adhere to PADI standards, including their medical statement. Before diving with us, every diver must fill out this form. If any limitations are indicated on the form, we may require a medical statement from a doctor. However, divers can always contact us if they're unsure, and we'll be happy to assist them.

We take the safety of all our divers seriously, especially those with medical conditions. Before diving, we require all divers to fill out a medical questionnaire to ensure they are fit to dive. If there are any medical concerns, we may require a doctor's clearance before allowing them to dive.

While we do not provide dive insurance directly, we highly recommend that all divers have comprehensive dive insurance coverage. We particularly recommend DAN (Divers Alert Network), as PADI recognizes them as a leading dive safety organization. DAN offers specialized dive insurance plans that cover diving-related injuries, including emergency medical evacuation, which can be crucial in remote dive locations like ours.

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We prioritize the safety and maintenance of our diving equipment to ensure a seamless and secure diving experience. Our equipment undergoes regular inspections and maintenance by certified technicians. Additionally, we adhere to PADI standards for equipment care and maintenance.

In the event of an underwater emergency, our dive guides are trained in first aid, CPR, and emergency oxygen administration. We also have emergency action plans in place and are in constant communication with the local Emergency Medical Service (ORMEMS) for immediate assistance if needed.

No, diving during lightning thunderstorms is extremely dangerous. Lightning can strike the water's surface and pose a serious risk to divers. For safety reasons, we do not conduct dives during such weather conditions. Your safety is our top priority, and we adhere to strict safety protocols to ensure a safe diving experience for all our divers.

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