Requirements to join us on board
Your passport needs to be valid for six months, counted from your planned departure date from Egypt.
Every diving guest needs to hold a valid dive insurance, and we strongly recommend an additional travel insurance. On board, you will be required to sign a liability release, including a declaration that you are fit for diving.
With known medical conditions that may affect your ability to dive, please present a medical statement confirming your fitness to dive. Guests unable to provide this statement might be excluded from diving, or – if possible – be asked to visit a doctor/hospital in Egypt before the boat’s departure to acquire said statement.
All diving guests on board need to hold a valid dive certificate from an internationally accepted organisation. If you are planning on getting certified on board, please contact us before to ensure the itinerary is suitable for your existing level and the qualification you are planning to acquire.
We recommend a minimum of 30 logged dives and PADI Advanced Open Water qualification (or equivalent) for our North & Tiran trips.
For our Marine Park trips, i.e. all trips including Brothers or Daedalus, we recommend a minimum of 50 logged dives, PADI Advanced Open Water and Deep Specialty qualifications. Both of these qualifications can be done on board, but please contact us first to confirm.
The dive guides on board have the right to stop any guest from doing certain dives, if they think conditions are too challenging for their experience level, or any other reason.