FAQ

The Answers You Need

Full policy wording and summary's can be found on the home page, below are some of the more common questions we get asked. You can also email your question to us contact@h20cover.com

Do you cover Technical and Cave diving ?

Yes, especially since the explosion of Side mount - CCR -mixed gas and regular Technical courses have been  adopted by all the main stream training agencies

Cover applies during both training and once qualified providing the dives are recreational and not occupational nor commercial

H20 Cover Recommends the Scuba Medic Classic Why?
Technical divers are committed to the sport and do carry a higher risk,especially when things go wrong. Despite the best plans and efforts of those involved costs for a Technical incident soon mount up.

Am I covered when using mixed gas such as Nitrox or Trimix?

Yes, providing you have recognized training or are partaking in a recognized course.

I wan't to go deep, how deep can I go?

Using Compressed air, enriched air "Nitrox" or other variable gas as "back  gas" to a maximum PP02 of 1.4

​If trained to up to 80 mtrs on an un-supported dive.

If trained to up to 130 on a supported dive

Dives deeper than this will require written permission from Dive Assist

I only want to try diving ?

Dive Assist provides coverage for daily weekly or monthly scuba adventures, this can include a try dive with a trained professional

Why do you recommend diving specific insurance?

Recreational scuba diving is unique, it takes you to some of the most remote and pristine places on the planet. It also has a physiological effect on your body that requires specialist treatment in emergency wards and/or a hyperbaric facility if it goes wrong.

These two factors equal a potential for financial ruin in the event your best laid plans don't work out, an evacuation from a remote location and the following treatment utilizing diving Drs, Hyperbaric chambers and follow up treatment prior to flying home  can potentially run into hundreds of thousands of dollars. With facilities often requiring a guarantee of payment especially in privately owned facilities,  Dive Assist has partnerships with many hyperbaric facilities worldwide, access to diving Dr's that can advise on treatment protocol and over 25 years of experience.

What about freediving  ?

Yes dive assist can cover Apnea or freediving be it as a recreation or during training.