F.A.Q. – Adventure Diver


Q. At what time do I need to be on the boat?

You need to be on the boat at 09:00 a.m. unless you arrange differently with your Instructor.

Q. Are you doing transfers from/to hotels?

Unfortunately no. There is the local public bus service you can use and of course taxi.

Q. What do I need to bring with me on the excursion?

Your dive certification and your log book. A jumper for the beginning and the end of season, sunglasses, sunscreen lotion, a towel, a good pair of comfortable non-slip shoes (flip flops not advised). Extra money for snacks and refreshments and the optional extra facilities such as: CD for your underwater photos, T-shirts, Sweatshirts. If you tend to get motion sickness it is recommended that you take motion sickness pills prior to meeting the boat at the pier.

Q. Is lunch included?

No. But we have a fully stocked bar with a variety of sandwiches and snacks and cold drinks for sale at reasonable prices.

Q. I am with a friend or girlfriend for holidays. Can I bring him/her with me on the Liamis Dive Boat?

Yes you can. Spectators can join the boat with an additional fee of 20 €. They can sunbathe on our sundeck, swim in crystal clear waters, or even upgrade onboard to snorkelers or even try divers.


Q. What if I have already done some of my adventure dives for this course? Do they still count?

Yes. We need proof through your log book and training record and then we can finish any other dive for you. Prices do get reduced if you are not completing all dives. Contact our staff for more information.

Q. How long must I wait after diving before flying?

For a single dive a minimum or 12 hours
For multiple dives a minimum of 18 hours.
Plan to dive early in your vacation to allow yourself time to do more if you wish.

Q. Can I dive immediately after flying?

Yes there are no requirements to wait after flying before diving. Flying, particularly long flights, can however cause fatigue and dehydration. Please ensure you are properly rested and well hydrated before diving.

Q. I want to do some more courses, but have not got time to do all the ones I think I need. Which one is the best one?

This will depend very much on what you would like to gain from your course. We strongly suggest that a newly qualified diver should aim for out of all the choices, to the ‘Peak Performance Buoyancy’; this course will pay dividends in ANY other course or diving that you do. Another Speciality course that is a very good idea to follow is the ‘Boat Diver’ cause all our dives are performing from our boats.

Q: What if I have a medical condition; can I still participate to the Adventure Diver course?

For your personal safety, all student divers must complete a medical statement prior to commencing a dive. If none of the listed conditions apply, you sign the form and are ready to start. If any of them affect you, as a safety precaution, a physician must examine you and sign a medical form that confirming that you’re fit to dive, dated within the last 12 months.