Yes, your policy can cover you to scuba dive abroad. You must choose the right level of adventure sport coverage, depending on what type of diving you are planning to do
If scuba diving is on your ‘to do’ list, simply add the correct ‘scuba diving’ activity to your list of adventure activities when getting your quote so you’ll be covered eg 'Scuba diving - to 30 metres' or 'Scuba diving - unqualified/learn to dive course' etc. Restrictions apply to certain diving activities - you may need to be certified or you may need to dive under supervision at all times , so be aware of this so you’re covered if something goes wrong
You must add all the adventures and activities you plan to try on your trip when you buy it. You won’t be able to make changes after your policy is issued.
If you become seriously ill or injured while diving and need urgent medical assistance, we’ll cover:
If something happens to you, make sure you (or someone else) contacts the Emergency Medical Assistance Service immediately and remain in contact until you no longer require treatment or assistance.
Who pays for medical treatment depends on what’s happened to you and the necessary treatment required.
The policy isn’t designed to cover everything. Take the time to read the terms and conditions in the policy wording for full details on what is and isn’t covered. That way there are no surprises if you need to use it.
Here are the main things that aren’t covered:
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