FAQ Scuba Diving

Here you can find out answers to most common questions about scuba diving, procedures and safety. 

Yes there is, it’s called a Discovery dive. A instructor will do a short half an hour course and accompany you on a reef dive just off the beach of our dive center.

Yes, all our dives are guided by at least 1 person, if you would like a private guide we can also arrange that.

We have 2 boat dives every day, one at 9 AM and the other at 3 PM. We also have shore dives at 11 AM and 5 PM. In order to avoid overcrowding we may as well have additional boat dives at 11 AM and 5 PM.

It depends but the standard is 2.5 hours from boarding the boat to coming back, most of our diving positions are 20 minutes away by boat.

We plan our diving positions a few days in advance but cannot guarantee that the weather will not change, usually the first dive of the day will be on a wreck and the second one to a more nature oriented position.

You can see all of our positions HERE 

It is not mandatory but it is highly recommended. Adriatic sea is very salty and the changes in buoyancy are much more sudden. Our check out dives consist of a short theory part in the dive center, practice session in the shallow water in front of it and a cavern dive that is less then a 3 minute swim away. If we think your safety is compromised we will ask you to return to the boat.

Yes you can. Some of our locations are available to Open Water Divers and our dive master/instructors will make sure to adapt the dive plan. Diving is supposed to be fun and you should never dive if you feel out of your comfort zone.