Safety & Regulations
Safety is of utmost important to Aquatica
Flying after diving recommendation for No-Decompression Dives.
centre is oficially recognized and authorized to operate by the Malta
Most divers will
find that they are no longer obliged to be examined by a doctor before
diving, however this will depend on their medical history. A medical
questionnaire will screen and highlight those people who must seek
further medical advice and / or examination prior to diving.
If you do not hold a Medical certificate we willbe able to arrange for you a visit by a diving physician directly at our dive centre. This usually costs 15euros and is paid directly to the physician on the day of the visit.
The minimum age limit will be determined by the activity that is going to be undertaken. For this reason the decision is left to the discretion of the Instructor and/or as stipulated by the training agency. In most cases the minimum age is 8 years which limits the use of scuba equipment within a pool. However for more details please contact us.
A written parental / guardian consent will be required for all divers under the age of 18.
If you intend to dive without
a guide, independently from the dive centre (organized or independent
diving), you will need to be a PADI Advanced Open Water, CMAS 2 Star
Diver or equivalent, otherwise you will have to be accompanied in the
water by an Instructor. You are no longer obliged to obtain a Local
Diving Permit as in previous years.