- Respect underwater life
- Dive carefully to protect fragile ecosystems; secure gauges and alternate air source's so that they do not drag
- Maintain proper buoyancy control and avoid over-weighting
- Be aware of your fins!
- Stay within your certified limit and be aware of your own personal limit
- Avoid touching, handling or feeding aquatic life
We strongly recommend our guests to purchase comprehensive dive insurance for participating in both courses and guided diving. Scuba diving does carry risks and in the unfortunate event that chamber treatment is required, it is important that you have insurance that covers you for medical evacuations/repatriation - remember that we are in a remote location and medical evacuations can be costly without insurance! Many general travel insurance policies will include scuba diving to your qualification limit however it is always best to check the small print and if in doubt then purchase separate dive insurance.
FLYING AFTER DIVING:
The dive medical community offers the following general recommendations for flying after diving:
- For a single dive within the no decompression limits: a minimum pre-flight surface interval of 12 hours is suggested.
- For repetitive dives and/or multiday dives: a minimum pre-flight surface interval of 18 hours is suggested.