Advanced Open Water
The PADI Advanced Open Water course is designed to give an open water diver additional skills and experience under the direct supervision of PADI Instructors and Divemasters.
The course has a heap of benefits. You obtain a qualification to dive to 30m, and an introduction to specialty dives. This qualification will allow you to come with our club members on a wider variety of dives and join the fun! The other main benefit is to gain extra supervised dive experience in Wreck Diving, Night Diving, Navigation Diving and Peak Performance Buoyancy Skills making you a better, more competent diver.
The Advanced Open Water course is run over a Friday night (theory) and then a weekend at the beach. You’ll complete five dives in total, three on the Saturday from the shore and two boat dives on Sunday. You’ll complete the five core dives below:
- PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Diver
- PADI Navigation Adventure Diver
- PADI Night Adventure Diver
- PADI Deep Adventure Diver
- PADI Wreck or Drift Diver
The courses are run every month throughout the year. To start all you need is a $150 deposit and you can begin your course. We’ll issue you with a PADI Adventures in Diving Online Manual, you’ll complete seven Knowledge Reviews on the above topics, and we will correct them on the theory night.
What are the course prerequisites?
- You need a certification as a PADI Open Water Diver or any introductry level diving qualification from another training agency.
- You must have done four or more open water dives.
What will I need?
Everyone needs their own personal diving items of mask, snorkel, fins and boots. We will supply a BCD, Regulator, Wetsuit, tanks and weights.
Course Costs: $575.00
- The above five dives
- All Airfills
- PADI Online Adventures in Diving Manual
- Certification Fees and Instruction
Call us now on 03 97555688 or email email@example.com
9am to 5:30pm Monday to Thursday
9am to 9pm Fridays (club night at the shop, everyone welcome to visit and get what you need)
9am to 3pm Saturdays
Closed Sundays and public holidays