Cancellations need to be advised in writing to AQUA5 (email@example.com ) and the following conditions will apply:
100% refund – for bookings cancelled more than 48 hours prior to date of travel.
We recommend taking out travel insurance to cover cancellations within a 48 hour period.
Bookings cancelled at any time within the 48 hour cancellation period will not be refunded. The customer forfeits 100% booking price.
AQUA5 Dive Cancellations – AQUA5 reserves the right to cancel dive trips at any time for the following reasons:
-Bad weather conditions – generally over 15 knots the trip could be cancelled
-Minimum numbers not being met – we require a minimum number of 9 divers before a dive is confirmed.
-Poor visibility or unsafe conditions
-A full refund will be made to customers if AQUA5 cancels a dive trip due to weather or numbers.
-If a diver is considered to be unsafe or provided false information in the statement of understanding, medical and waiver documentation.
- If a diver plans to fly within 24 hours of diving.
Medicals will be required before departure, please contact us and we can send you an online version
You can find information for the medical requirements to dive here https://www.padi.com/sites/default/files/documents/padi-courses/2.1.5%20rstc%20medstate%20v201.pdf
Every diver and snorkelling passenger must sign a a liability form, If you have any questions please contact us and we can send you an electronic version.
The Dive supervisor can cancel the dive at any time if the diver is considered to be unsafe.
All Discover Scuba customers must be able to swim, please do not select this product if you can not swim.
We recommend that you do a PADI open water course if you can not swim.
AQUA5 recommends that divers should take out an appropriate level of insurance to cover to cover any medical or evacuation costs.
You will be required to show your certification card before departure.
Consumption of alcohol or drugs is not permitted before diving.
You must wait 24 hours after diving before flying on an aeroplane.
Uncertified divers must be able to swim unaided.