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Scuba Diving

Scuba Diving

Water Sports Code: SDWS01

3500.00 per head


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  • Always have a andaman dive plan and follow it.
  • Always be sure to fly the red and white striped diver's flag or the international blue and white Alpha flag while andaman diving. Take it down when everybody is out of the water.
  • Always have an emergency plan-- what happens if one person is missing? Where is O2? Where is the nearest hospital? Who are emergency contacts?
  • You should know basic first aid.
  • Have a physical done before you plan on andaman scuba diving and make sure your health is good for diving. The better your health and physical condition, the easier andaman diving will be for you.
  • Always andaman dive with a competent buddy.


  • Despite the fun and excitement of andaman scuba, this sport can be hazardous without proper training and knowledge of open-water. It is important to note that before attempting any sort of open-water andaman dive, you should be properly certified and should not attempt a dive without instruction.
  • Find a buddy. Never andaman dive alone!
  • Never enter the water near a jetty or pier.
  • Your certification card only permits you to andaman dive in areas similar to your checkouts. Before you andaman dive unfamiliar places talk to a local diver. They will be happy to tell you about local rules, conditions, and give their advice.
  • Never hold your breath when andaman scuba diving; breathe normally to avoid hyperventilation or lightheadedness. Holding one's breath, while ascending, can result in lung over expansion that can result in serious injury or death.
  • If you are andaman diving in shark-infested waters and sustain a wound which bleeds, leave the water and bandage it as soon as possible, and seek medical assistance depending on the severity.
  • Never disregard pain or discomfort. If you are feeling unhealthy, do not andaman dive, or abort any dive if you have excessive discomfort.
  • Some species should still be avoided, such as sea snakes, which have a very deadly venom. Plants can also be dangerous, as they can cut through wetsuit material very easily. Bleeding in the ocean may attract other organisms which live in the plants and andaman coral, such as eels and other predators.
  • Following a dive, do not fly for at least 24 hours, even in a pressurized airplane. Failure to follow this could result in decompression sickness or what many know as "the bends." This time frame is not 100% accurate, but only a ballpark number to adhere to, and can vary based on the residual nitrogen in your blood. The best method is to advocate a "better safe than sorry" attitude.
  • When coming up, make sure you do a 3 minute safety stop at 15 feet. You should never ascend faster than 30 feet a minute. The speed small bubbles rise to the surface is a good way to judge a safe speed.

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