A semi-private diving trip for everybody!!!
Refresh your scuba diving skills.
– This is your first dive after training dives
– It’s been longer than 1 year after your last dive
– Your dive experience is less than 15 dives
– You don’t remember how to set up your gear
– You don’t remember how the buoyancy works in the water
– You think you need to ask a bunch of questions before diving
If one of the above applies to you, we would strongly recommend taking this refresh dive session as the first dive of the day.
- 1 refresher dive for 45 minutes in a group with 1 instructor
- 2nd fun dive in a group with 1 instructor
- 115 €
- Diving certification. We accept all international diving certifications.
- Log book
- Minimum age of 10 years old
- If you wish to dive in a smaller group, then check the Refresher Diver Gold or even privately with your instructor the Refresher Diver Platinum is a the right choice for you.
- If you wish to dive more than one day please check our price list here.
What is included:
- Boat charges
- Full diving equipment (dive computers, Nitrox and underwater cameras additional).
- Full site briefing
- Dive Master or Instructor as guide.
- 2 Dives in a day
- Full snorkeling equipment
- Standardized snacks and drinks on boat (payable on the boat).
- Money for: USB memory stick for your underwater photos, T-shirts, Sweatshirts.
What to bring
We recommend wearing your bathing suit under comfortable clothing and wearing sensible rubber soled walking shoes. A towel, sunglasses, and sunscreen are also suggested.
- Our boat is in Kos harbour, 50 meters away from the Dolphins roundabout. And she departs every morning, wind permit it and availability, except Sundays’ at around 10:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
- In order for the diving trip with the boat to take place a minimum number of 4 divers is required.
- For your personal safety, all our divers must complete a medical statement and a COVID-19 health declaration form prior to commencing our daily diving program. 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.
- Recommendations for flying after Scuba Diving: For 1 dive in a day the pre-flight time is 12 hours, For multiple dives in a day the pre-flight time is 18 hours and more.
Here are the examples of skills we go over with you.
- Setting up your gear
- Buddy Check
- Entry / Exit
- Tips for Buoyancy Control
- Breathing Control
- Mask Clearing
- Regulator Clearing / Recovery
- Checking Air Gage
- Emergency Skills (Sharing Air)
- Finning Techniques
We will have a brief counseling session in the morning to determine your skill level and comfort level of diving. You spend the first few minutes of the dive practicing basic scuba skills with your instructor, before continuing on a guided underwater tour. Later and after a relaxing break, you will prepare for the 2nd fun dive of the day.
- Guests who want to snorkel and or dive must know how to swim.
- In order for the diving trip to take place with the boat, a minimum number of 4 divers is required.
- Guests must be able to step on / off boat, navigate a narrow passageway to reach the front deck, climb a ladder to come out of the sea.
- Guests who present symptoms or are deemed at risk of infection (e.g. due to exposure to a Covid-19 patient in the 14 previous days) will be refused permission to board the boat.
- Guests inside the boat will have to remain at a 1.5m distance from each other. One person maximum will be allowed in inside cabin, except for families of up to 4 people, and people with disabilities traveling with companions.
- We encourage our guests to wear masks or facial coverings, to wash/sanitize their hands before coming on board and during the journey and most and — most importantly — to inform us if they do not feel well.
- Customer-owned equipment should be rinsed elsewhere and not on our boat.
- We are not able to storage your owned diving equipment on our boat.
- Do not use our boat buckets to rinse masks or your diving equipment: rinse them in open water instead.
- We discourage the use of saliva to defog masks: preferably use your own defogging products.
- Ensure that masks, snorkels and second stages of preassembled equipment are protected, e.g. protecting them with bags to be removed only before use.
- We will not be providing drinks and snacks, so we encourage you to bring your own reusable water bottle and your favourite snacks. Make sure to keep a little corner in your bag for your trash.
- The crew have been trained to respond to potential coronavirus cases, and boat and equipment will be disinfected after completing each trip.