Recent changes in the dive insurance industry have left many dive businesses facing rising premiums and lower coverage – and desperately in need of a stable insurance carrier. Staying current on your business liability and property insurance can be critical to the success of your store or resort. Your PADI-endorsed Dive Center and Resort Insurance coverage will lapse if you don’t renew by 30 June 2014, so don’t wait – a gap in coverage can put your business and livelihood at risk.
If you have coverage from other sources, be sure to carefully compare your existing program to the PADI-endorsed Dive Center and Resort Insurance package. When you compare the coverage, the service – and especially for 2014-15, the PRICE – you will see that there has never been a better time to choose PADI-endorsed Dive Center and Resort Insurance.
Sometimes you can have it all.
For complete coverage details and to renew today, contact one of the following PADI partners:
UK and Ireland:
Clevedon, North Somerset
Tel: +44 (0)1275 870950 | Fax: +44 (0)1275 871943
Elsewhere in PADI EMEA service areas:
Vicencia & Buckley Insurance Services
P.O Box 4919, Cerritos, CA, USA 90703-4919
20 Centerpointe Drive #100, La Palma, CA, USA 90623-2558
Tel: +1 (0)714 739 3177 | Fax: +1 (0)714 739 3188
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
The examples used are for illustration purposes only and are designed as a general description of the policies. Coverage will be determined by the actual policy language.
This three day event has brought together all the PADI EMEA regional managers to discuss and share ideas. This PADI RM Meeting has provided a multitude of ideas and business tips to share with all the PADI members in EMEA. We also discuss the fantastic content of the PADI Business Academy. We looking forward to returning back to the UK to put these into action.
Matt Clements – Regional Manager for UK (North), Scotland, Malta & Gozo
Telephone: +44 117 300 7318
A quick bio from Matt Clements:
“I am a passionate instructor teaching and I am working towards my PADI Course Director rating. I have managed diving centres around the world and have run my own. I am also a keen surfer and took a break from diving to read Law (LL.B Hons) but decided while working for a law firm that I missed the industry and started working for PADI in 2010.”
When did you first learn to dive? – In 1996 in Lanzarote.
How many dives have you done? – Just over 2000.
What is the first bit of dive equipment you bought? – A mask for snorkelling first and then a regulator set.
If you could only pack one bit of dive equipment to take with you on a trip what would it be? – A dive computer
What is your favourite dive site in the UK? – Lundy Island
What is your favourite dive site in the world? – Jackfish Alley, Egypt
What song do you currently like to listen to before you go diving? – Angel, Massive Attack
What is your favourite animal underwater? – Playful octopus
What animal would you love to see on your next dive? – A dolphin
What dive site is at the top of your to wish list? – Truk Lagoon
What sort of food do you pack in your lunch box to eat between dives? – Sausage roll
If you could go diving with someone (dead or alive) who would it be? – Doug Nash (former PADI Vice President of Sales and Marketing) – more for the apres dive!