Frequently Asked Questions

  • After we take the course ,is their any possible job?
    • Getting a job as a scuba diver, you need at least Level 1 Open Water Diver, but the possibility to find job is low. To have higher chance to get scuba diving jobs is recommended to enroll in Level 4 Divemaster Course.
  • Do I need medical form , before I dive?
  • How long do the activities take? Why only 45mins?
    • As deeper you dive, more air you will consume (cause of water pressure).
      For average of 26feet/8meters deep, you can only breath for 55 minutes. For your safety, we will dive maximum 45 minutes.
  • Is it risky to scuba dive?
    • In case of any incidents, our well trained “PADI instructors” and “Emergency First Responders”, will take care of any diver in any situations with use of proper rescue kits (FIRST AID KIT, OXYGEN KIT, etc). but there is 0.001 percent chance of any accidents.
  • Is it possible to try scuba diving at night?
    • Only divers who are certified as a “Advanced Open Water Diver” (Level 2) or higher are qualified to dive at night, otherwise it is not allowed and not recommended to anyone to dive at night.
  • Is it possible to dive with contact lenses, or glasses?
    • Underwater everything looks 33% visually larger than outside of the water. Using soft contact lenses are fine. Hard contact lenses are not recommended.
      It is impossible to use normal glasses while diving.
      We will provide you pre-made powered masks upon your requests, free of charge.
  • How do you sanitize your equipment?
    • We sanitize all the equipment in our sanitizer pool before and after each dive to insure your safety while diving with us.
  • Can i scuba dive alone?
    • You can learn to dive alone. You'll need a minimum of a hundred dives and then do the TDI solo diver
      course. It is designed to teach self sufficiency and totally duplicate setups of your gear. It’s a great course and you'll learn a lot about risk managing your diving.
      otherwise it is prohibited to scuba dive alone.
  • What Scuba gear will i use?
    • We will provide all the scuba gear you’ll use including: Mask, Fins, Regulator, BCD, Weight Belt, Tank
  • What other services do you have?
    • Underwater Proposals and Birthday Surprises are possible to arrange. Minimum age for Try Dive is 10 years old. Try diving participant does not need to know swimming.
  • Where can I find the Medical forms if I am taking a Class?
    • All the instructions will be given to you by our PADI instructor before the dive. This includes medical forms and a 30 minute briefing
  • How much time do I get in the water at a dive location?
    • The try scuba dive is 30 minute, and it includes interaction with fish
  • What do i need to bring with me?
    • You just need to bring normal swimming clothes for men/ bikini or anything else for ladies. Make sure you bring extra clothes so you can change after the dive.