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PADI Advanced

Open Water Diver

Make the next step and become an Advanced Open Water Diver. After the course you’ll be more experienced, feel more comfortable in the water and simply enjoy diving more because you will understand and appreciate the underwater environment more completely and after completing this course you will be trained to dive to 30 meters. This will allow you access to many more interesting sites. In this course you complete your Deep Adventure Dive, Underwater Navigation Adventure Dive and three Adventure Dives of your choice, there are no PADI Exam questions or answers to worry about in this Course as the experiences and dive tasks you complete will be enough to prove you are a complete all-round diver. Once you have got certified you will be ready to tackle the PADI Rescue Diver Course as long as you have 20 or more logged dives.

Adventures in Diving

Taking your Open Water Training one step further.

Your Adventures in Diving begin here.

There are many advantages to the PADI Advanced course including the fact that you will never get lost underwater again ! This course gives you confidence with a compass to ensure you know where you are going and making your surface swims back to the boat smaller 🙂

Your PADI Continuing Education with us will make you a better, safer and more confident diver ready to have fun in a variety of diving locations around the world.

What Adventures Dives can I do?

AWARE-Fish Identification, Underwater Naturalist, Boat Diver, Underwater Navigator,
Peak Performance Buoyancy, Underwater Photography, Deep Diver, Night Diver, EAN Nitrox, Digital Underwater Photographer, Search and Recovery Diver, Drift Diver, Wreck Diver.

I want to do it, What do I need to start?

Be a PADI Open Water Diver, PADI Junior Open Water Diver or equivalent, minimum age 12 years

includes 5 Open Water Dives, Adventures in Diving (Advanced Open Water) Manual, full rental equipment, PADI certification (PIC) Your PADI Advanced Open Water course normally takes you 2 days.

What Next?

The three main courses that PADI and ourselves consider a minimum standard to complete your recreational diver training includes the Open Water, Advanced Open water and the PADI Rescue Diver Course Once you have done your Advanced Open Water course with us you will find it a fun and rewarding further step to complete your recreational dive training to make you the complete all-rounder.

This makes it easy and rewarding for yourself to pursue the type of diving you love the most.

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