As a certified scuba diver you appreciate that our sport is inherently safe.
However despite our training, due diligence and adherence to diving protocols, accidents can and do happen.
For this reason it's imperative that we have protection in place should the worst happen.
Designed for recreational scuba divers (non divers and travellers can be covered too
Cover to 50m dive depth (*providing you are certified to this level)
Hyperbaric chamber cover if medically required
(3 day chamber treatment costs can easily amount to USD +20,000)
IMG recognise leading dive training agencies
PADI - SSI - CMAS - BSAC - TDI
(dependent on situation medical evacuations can easily cost in excess of USD +100,000)
Scuba divers covered up to age 65
Liveaboard dive trip covered
Day dive trips covered
Duration : 5 days up to 1 year per trip
(no 30 or 45 day plan restrictions as with most alternative providers)
Absolute peace of mind - don't dive without it
Immediate cover when purchased online
Extremely cost effective
(use the quote button below to discover how affordable this valuable protection is)
Travel Medical Insurance protects in the event of illness, injury or accident whilst traveling outside of your country of residence. It provides key medical benefits in case of an emergency.
Depending on where you travel, you may encounter language and currency barriers that prevent you from accessing high-quality medical care.
Traveling unprotected can leave you vulnerable to paying high out-of-pocket medical expenses particularly if they include hyperbaric chamber fees.
Navigating foreign health care systems without assistance can be hugely stressful.
Scuba divers with an IMG Patriot travel medical insurance plan (that includes the Adventure Sports add-on rider) can worry less and experience more. Rest assured knowing that medical coverage and a trusted health advisor is available to you in your time of need.
Mark, an IMG member, found himself on the brink of paralysis.
I took comfort in the fact that IMG had my back.
Mark describes in chilling detail his encounter that could have ended far worse