The next step after completing the Open Water Diver course
By completing five PADI Adventure Dives – of the specialty of your choice (except the compulsory Navigation Dive and Deep Dive) and the theory, and you will become a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver.
There are many benefits to becoming a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver — including the ability to dive to thirty metres instead of eighteen metres as a certified PADI Open Water Diver — perfect when you are in a group of advanced divers and you want to see what is lurking at slightly deeper depths.
The course comprises five adventure dives and can be completed in as little as two days as long as you complete the relevant dives. One of your five adventure dive must be the navigation dive and another the deep dive – just to experience the feeling of diving deep with an instructor so that you are ready for it when you are with a buddy.
You can choose three more dives from a huge selection of adventure dives such as digital underwater photography, wreck diving, night diving and many more.
The course will cover:
- Knowledge development – this will be done in the classroom with the instructor and will be your introduction to the basic theory of scuba diving.
- To complete your Adventure Diver or Advanced Open Water Course you can choose from the following list of dives:
-Enriched Air (Nitrox)
-Peak Performance Buoyancy
-Search & Recovery
-AWARE Shark Conservation
-Wreck and a more.
Course available via online learning. Adventure dives are subject to instructor’s availability.
- Minimum 4 days 3 nights stay to complete the course.
- Minimum 18 hours free from diving before flying
- You must be at least basic Open Water Certification
- Complete the required medical questionnaire to ensure you are fit to dive
It is possible to complete your Advanced Course after your Open Water Course on a 6 Days 5 Nights stay stay. Contact us for more details.