Sport Member Questions
- Recreational diving means technical and non-technical recreational diving, without any form of remuneration.
- Diving as instructors or guides is not considered recreational diving.
- Insurance cover for recreational and professional diving emergencies (scuba and freediving): valid worldwide, for 365 days.
- Coverage for non-diving related emergencies: valid only when you are travelling abroad, for a number of days which varies according to the plan you have chosen. If you add the “Travel No-Limits” optional benefit, its duration is extended to the whole subscription period (one year).
- Third party liability insurance and legal defence regarding recreational diving (not available in all countries).
Means the provision of advice and instruction in Diving Activities including all supervising, training, escorting or guiding services provided by diving instructors, assistant instructors and underwater guides.
- Death extension: you can increase by either €25,000 or €50,000 the cover limit in case of death due to a diving accident. This extension does not apply to technical dives.
- Travel No-Limits: you can extend the duration of the coverage for non-diving emergencies abroad to the whole subscription period (one year).
- Benefits for your family: you can include your family members (partner and/or children) into your insurance cover.
- Your partner (married or cohabiting).
- Your children up to 18 years old, living at your residence address.
- Your children up to 25 years old, if full-time students at an accredited school/university, unemployed and living at your residence address.
- DAN Europe does not offer insurance plans for your dive equipment.
- The Sport Silver and Gold plans cover the insured or rescuers' equipment only following an indemnifiable own or 3rd party diving accident (up to the cover limit shown on the insurance certificate).
- Yes, provided you are taking all the necessary safety measures and possess the experience required for that type of diving activity.
- On the other hand, the Third Party Liability insurance ceases to be valid if you breach any law or rule, including diving deeper than allowed in your certificate.
- Country of residence means your country of permanent residence provided by you when applying for this insurance. This is the country where you will be repatriated in the event of a medical emergency, if required
- You must indicate your actual country of residence, namely the one wherein you legally reside
- You can indicate a different mailing address though to receive our mails.
Important notice: the information displayed in this page is not meant in any way to replace or complete the insurance conditions and certificates.