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Insurance Class A diving course - 26 NIS

Diving insurance for a student in a level A course for the period which starts with the official opening of the certification course and ends within 7 consecutive days

Summary of recreational diving insurance
The coverage conditions are according to the “Phoenix Diver” (12/2015 edition) and subject to all of its terms and limitations which can be found on the website. (to display and print the policy click here)
And subject to the insurance coverage mentioned in this summary.

Name of the insurance plan: Plan E
Maximum duration of the insurance plan: in accordance with the dates specified above.
Geographical location of the insurance coverage: Israel only
Maximum insurance amount: up to $30,000

Details of the main coverage:
1. Every expense required for rescue or evacuation including medevac and the transfer of the diver from the site of the accident to a hospital including transfers between hospitals.
2. Payment for hospitalization and medical services in hospitals including hyperbaric chamber expenses, including treatment by doctor, lab tests, x-ray and every other treatment vital to saving the diver’s life.
Please note
A. The insurance is limited to recreational diving only and therefore does not cover diving for work purposes, instructional diving, underwater fishing and military or police related diving done by the insured.

B. The recreational diving must be done by the insured in an area in which diving is not prohibited by the competent authority of the diving location.
For full information, please read the full policy conditions  (to display and print the policy click here)

To renew the policy and for additional information please contact: IDIVE 09-7457055
Emergency Hotline: 24 hours a day worldwide
Claims – to make a written appeal to The Phoenix Insurance Company Ltd. 53 Derech HaShalom, Givatayim 53454 Phone: 972-3-7338014 (ask for Ilana Penso)
 thereafter or when the level A recreational diving certificate is received, whichever comes first… the liability limit is up to $30,000.