To start your rescue adventure you need to complete a first aid course (level 2 minimum). After this has been completed you can move on to the next stage. Reading your manuals and completing your knowledge reviews. The rescue diver course also involves pool sessions to run through scenarios with you before completing them in the open water. Now that all the pre-requisite course study is completed you are now able to attend one of our dive safaris where you will complete your open water rescue scenarios and in turn become a certified Rescue Diver.
Booking conditions and cancellation policy:
- A deposit of $100 is requested to hold your reservation.
- Full forfeiture of deposit if cancelling within 7 days of the trip.
- Full forfeiture of total cost if canceling within 24 hours of departure.
- A dive medical is required prior to commencing all Open Water Dive Courses.
- Full refund will be given if trip cancelled due to medical reasons upon presentation of a medical certificate.
- We reserve the right to cancel trips due to adverse weather conditions, rebooking will be offered.
- Reef taxes
- Gear hire, (diving, snorkeling, stinger/wetsuit)
- Dive manuals
- Transfers to and from your safari
- Souvenir t-shirt
- Meals and accommodation while on safari.
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M18599 is a PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) 5 star Instructor Development Center specializing in personalized scuba diving training and in diving/camping safaris on secluded, tropical islands on the Great Barrier Reef. We are also a full retail center that provides the sales, servicing and hire of...
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