Advanced Open Water Diver

The PADI Advanced open water diver course is a program to extend your diving skills and learn more under supervision of our PADI Instructors.

In this program you will make 5 dives with different learning objectives depending on your interests.

The mandatory dives to achieve certification are the “Navigation Dive”, where you learn more compass skills and overall navigation techniques and the “Deep Dive” that gives you the tools to make safe dives to a maximum depth of 30 meters (100 feet).

The other 3 dives you can choose together with your Instructor based on your interests. The options are:

  • Digital photography
  • Peak performance buoyancy
  • Wreck
  • Fish and coral identification dives
  • Search and recovery (search patterns and lift bag techniques)
  • Boat dive

Also for this course we offer E-learning, so you can complete the theory elements at home so that you don’t need to read books and attend theory classes whilst on your holiday.

Upon booking your course with us we provide you with your personal access code to complete the theory at any time on-line, without any additional costs.

To do the course the without E-learning is possible. Your personal Open Water Diver Manual is included in the course price.

To participate in the Advanced Open Water diver course you must:

  • Be 12 years old
  • Have a PADI Open Water Diver Certification or equivalent certification from any other training organization
  • Be able to answer ‘no’ to all questions on the medical form and agree to sign the liability release, (see paper work under more information) [link required]

The minimum time to complete the course is 2 days, normal schedule is as follows.

First day: 9.00 Am till 1.00 PM, 2 dives. 3.00 PM 1 dive.
Second day: 9.00 Am till 1.00 pm 2 dives, Deep and Navigation dive.

Also here we can adapt the times and days to your personal preference.

Price including E-learning or book and online certification $365.

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  • Author : admin
  • Date : May 16, 2015
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