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Advanced Open Water Diver

Minimum age

12 years

Requirements

All participants must be medically fit and complete a Liability Statement before entering the water

Prerequisites

Participants must be qualified scuba divers of PADI Open Water level or equivalent.

Duration

3 day

Starting Days

Every Monday and Thursday

So you’ve taken the first step and discovered some of the amazing wonders the underwater world has to offer. So what’s next?

The PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course is part of the PADI Adventures In Diving program, which offers you a structured program to gain additional experience and skills in order to explore new and exciting environments that you have yet to discover. Unlike the Open Water Diver program, there’s no classroom work as such! No exam, no quizzes – we promise! Just a bit of reading, a couple of knowledge reviews, and it’s off into the water to learn some new skills!

So what’s involved in the Advanced Open Water program? The program includes 5 Adventure Dives; 2 compulsary dives and a choice of 3 of the following optional dives are offered at Eurodivers::

- Deep Dive (compulsary) - Underwater Navigation Dive (compulsary)
- Multi-level Dive - Peak Performance Buoyancy Dive
- Underwater Naturalist Dive - Underwater Photography Dive
- AWARE Fish Identification Dive - Boat Dive
- Dive Propulsion Vehicle - Search and Recovery Dive
- Night Dive - Underwater Videography Dive

Each dive teaches you new skills and techniques to explore a new way of diving. If you’re at least 12 years or older and a PADI Open Water Diver or Junior Open Water Diver, then you’re ready for the PADI Adventures In Diving program.

Divers between the ages of 12-14 can earn a Junior Advanced Open Water Diver rating. PADI Adventure Divers and Advanced Open Water Divers (15 years of age and older) may participate in PADI Wreck and Deep Diver Specialties.

PADI Advanced Open Water Diver or Junior Advanced Open Water Diver certification lets you continue on to the PADI Rescue Diver course. What’s more, PADI Adventure Dives also count towards PADI Specialty Diver certifications. For example, if you like night diving and want to earn your PADI Night Diver rating, your Night Adventure Dive counts as the first dive of the specialty.

Information and content courtesy of PADI

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