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Safety Rules

Help us provide you safe and unforgetable experience - read carefully our safety rules.

Read carefully the safety rules before your tour and sign the statement.

Be aware that there is always a risk of injury when using the SUBWING. Do not use this product if you do not accept taking this risk.

Only skilled and experienced swimmers aged 18 or older should are allowed to use the SUBWING.

Never use any form of dangerous breathing techniques such as hyperventilating before diving.

Educate yourself about the dangers of holding your breath underwater before using the Subwing.

Do not use as swimming aid.

Wear a certified life jacket at all time.

Wear body-hugging clothing.

Maintain great distance to other people and objects.

Never use the SUBWING while under the influence of alcohol, medication or drugs.

Take in care that despite every precaution taken, it is still possible for diving goggles to come off during operation of the SUBWING and for contact lenses to be lost.

To prevent collisions, always maintain a safe distance to other swimmers, watercrafts or any other objects that may be in the water. Collision may result in serious injury or death.

Only skilled and experienced swimmers should be allowed to use the SUBWING for diving to a depth of up to 2.5 m.

Be aware of the difficulty to judge the distance of objects under water.

Before resurfacing, ensure the absence of other swimmers, watercrafts or objects above you or approaching you.

You must always ensure that you are able to resurface and return to the shore or boat by yourself without the assistance of the SUBWING.

Always keep a safe distance from the bottom which may have sharp rocks or corals that could cause injury.

When the boat engine is running (even in neutral) keep a distance from it.

Never stay close to the engine while it is running due to the risk of inhaling dangerous fumes and carbon monoxide poisoning.

Be aware of that if the SUBWING is released in speed it will force itself down to great depths.