Guest Insurance & Liability:
Oneta does not accept responsibility for issues or expenses that are outside of our control such as domestic or international flight delays, ill health, fire, floods or other natural disasters, civil unrest or government instability. Oneta also is not responsible for any personal injuries suffered by guests or the loss or damage of personal equipment whether the injury or loss/damage occurs at the resort or while the guest is engaged in a resort sponsored activities.
We strongly encourage all travelers to Oneta to have adequate travel insurance which covers them for any accidents, loss caused by cancellations, loss of luggage or personal property, ill health, medical expenses, medical evacuation, and weather evacuations.
Guests diving with us at Oneta must ensure that their insurance covers them for SCUBA related activities with the proper depth coverage.
All guests who want to dive with us at Oneta must be medically fit and must be accredited by an established international diving organization. Guests will need to show proof of SCUBA certification before being allowed to dive. Guests will also need to sign a liability waiver and an assumption of risk document prior to any water based activities. (Link to release of liability forms and waivers?)
If a guest refuses to sign such document they will not be allowed to participate in that activity. Once on the dive boat guests must always follow the safety instructions of the dive master. If a guest refuses to follow instructions and becomes a danger to themselves and/or others, they will be barred from any diving or other activities at Oneta. In extreme cases the guest will be asked to leave the resort.