Dive Kingdom



1-The resort and the dive centre shall not be held responsible or liable
against any loss, damage, injury, or death associated.
2-The diving and water sports activities are only for the guests, who are
over 8 as per PADI standards.
3-The diving and water sports activities is not advised and medical
consultancy might be sought for guests, who are pregnant, under
medication, or who suffer cardiovascular diseases, blood pressure
problems, epilepsy, diabetes, and asthma.
4-The resort and the dive center reserve their right to refuse the attending
of diving and water sports activities of the guests if they are under
influence of alcohol or drugs.
5-Guests do diving and water sports activities at their own risk.
6-It is always strongly advisable to attend snorkeling and scuba diving
courses and trainings at the dive centre before any diving and water
sports activities.
7-Inform a friend or dive trainers about exactly when and for how long the
diving and water sports activities will be done.
8-Always follow the instructions of the diving and water sports trainers.
9-It is very natural to not to know how to swim, beware of the fatal danger
and ensure that the dive team is informed if the guest cannot swim.
10-The biggest danger is the false sense of security! Mind that the life
jackets can protect most of the time but do not necessarily prevent from
11-The fit of the equipment is vital and guests should be equipped by the
dive team at the dive centre.
12-The best equipment does not help without knowing how to use it,
therefore strictly follow the dive team’s guidance, especially for the
masks and fins.
13-Do not do diving and water sports activities under heavy rain, in case of
thunders and when there are lightning flashes.
14-Do not do diving and water sports activities right after consuming a
15-The tide conditions and water depth change regularly! Check before
you do diving and water sports activities and ask the dive centre for
16-Always do diving and water sports activities whilst accompanied.
17-Beware of the sharp corals.
18-Beware of the very strong current; do not swim against it, try to float and
save strength.
19-Corals might become a sharp and scathing obstacle between you and the
lagoon if the tide change to low tide whilst you do the diving and water
sports activities.
20-Try to float and wait for assistance in the event that you are trapped
outside the lagoon. Beware that trying to surmount the coral barrier may
cause serious injuries.
21-Do not panic in the water. In case of an emergency; signal for help, try to
float and wait for assistance.
22-Contact the dive team immediately, in the event that an emergency is
23-Guests are required to fill and sign PADI Standard Safe Diving Practices
Statement of Understanding and PADI Medical Statement in order to be
able to do scuba diving.
24-Divers should know and obey local dive laws and regulations.
25-Divers should inspect their equipment for correct fit and function prior to
each dive.
26-Divers should adhere to the buddy system and plan dives; including
communications, procedures for reuniting and emergency procedures.
27-Divers should do no decompression dives only and allow a margin of
28-Divers should engage only in diving activities consistent with their
training and limit maximum depth accordingly.
29-Divers should avoid overexertion while in and underwater and dive within
their limitations.
30-Divers should use a boat, float or other surface support station, whenever
31-Divers should maintain proper buoyancy and carry at least one surface
signaling device such as; signal tube, whistle, or mirror.
32-Divers should never breath-hold or skip-breathe when breathing
compressed air, and avoid excessive hyperventilation when breath-hold
33-Divers should ascend at a rate of not more than 18 metres/60 feet per
minute and make a safety stop as an added precaution, usually at 5
metres/15 feet for three minutes or longer.