The PADI Open Water Diver course covers a lot of material and can be intense. Your instructor brought you from a non-diver to someone who can dive with a buddy on your own. Now that you’re familiar with the basics of diving, it’s time to start exploring and having fun – and that’s what the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course is all about. The earliier you start the Advanced Open Water the more your diving will benifit.
The PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course is for divers who want to gain more underwater experience while diving with a dive professional, it is also a way to have fun learning new things about scuba diving. In addition to logging more dives, you’ll fine-tune skills learned during your open water diver class, such as navigation and buoyancy.
In the Abyss Advanced course you also get to wreck diving on the ex-HMAS Adelaide, dive deep down to 30m, underwater naturalist to help you understand the aquatic enviroment, and try out diving from a boat. You also get the option to add enriched air nitrox and an optional, night dive.
In the Advanced Open Water Diver program, classroom time is minimal with all the theory done online. The main goal of the program is to dive and have fun. There aren’t any tests and you can complete the program in one weekend.
The open water program teaches you the basics and how to dive safely. While many people are “naturals,” perfect buoyancy and underwater navigation doesn’t come easy for everyone. In the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course, you can fine-tune these skills with tips and suggestions from your instructor. You can also learn to safely explore wrecks, dive to deeper depths under the helpful guidance of your PADI Instructor.
Ever diver can gain from the PADI Advanced Open Water Course, but the sooner you start it once you have finished your Open water course the more you will gain and the more you will enjoy your diving.
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