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PADI Open Water Diver Course at Abyss Scuba diving in Sydney
Are you looking for a new adventure?
With the PADI open water diver course, you can quickly learn all the diving skills and knowledge development to get certified and explore some of the world's most incredible dive sites. From the great barrier reef to the wrecks of Truk Lagoon, you'll be able to see all kinds of incredible marine life and experience scuba diving.
Discover the wonders of the underwater world with Abyss Scuba Diving and earn your PADI certification. Once you get certified, this will allow you to view the planet in a new light, both on land and beneath the waves.
The PADI Open Water certification is the world’s most popular diving course, with 28 million certified scuba divers worldwide.
PADI Open Water Diver Course
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Why Choose Abyss To Become a Certified Scuba Diver?
- We Love Diving -The love of diving is in our DNA. Our business was founded on the love of breathing underwater and the desire to pass that love on to as many people as possible. Once certified, we off lots of diving, including both shore and boat dives
- Highly Qualified Instructors guiding you in learning to scuba dive- The Abyss team are amongst the highest qualified Instructors worldwide. PADI independently assess our readiness to become Instructors through a rigorous Instructor Examination. Once they become PADI Instructors, they are updated every quarter on the latest training skills to make sure we’re at our best for you.
- Quality Checked – PADI’s quality management system independently verifies our training safety and quality on all PADI courses we conduct – the only scuba training agency in the world that can do it.
- A PADI Dive Shop – We are a PADI 5-Star dive shop and are proud to be part of 6,600 PADI dive shops and Resorts in 186 countries. Our dive shop offers a full range of scuba diving equipment
- Partnered with Project AWARE - A marine conservation non-profit charity partnered with Abyss. Project AWARE helps divers around the world to act for the ocean and look after our water planet.
- Green Star Awarded– Abyss have met the requirements needed and has been awarded the Green Star award for 2020.
Sydney's Aquatic world.
PADI open water courses offer ocean diving to explore Sydney's aquatic world
After your pool training, you get to do 4 ocean dives as part of your PADI open-water diver course. On your four ocean dives, you are likely to see blue gropers, weedy seadragons, octopus, seahorses, giant cuttlefish, moray eels and many different kinds of nudibranchs. You will also find lots of other fish swimming around the different dive sites during these dives.
With a PADI open water course, you will get to experience Sydney's undersea environment in a safe and fun environment. These ocean dives are an incredible way to see some of the amazing marine life that inhabits our oceans.
Is the PADI Open Water Diver Course Hard?
Learning to scuba dive is not as difficult as it may seem. The PADI licence can be completed by people of all ages, but some level of physical fitness is required. Although going below the surface of the water feels unnatural at first, with proper diver training from Abyss or PADI, any average person can do it. Furthermore, once you become a certified open-water diver, you'll feel empowered to embark on a lifetime's worth of diving adventures.
Before you get started with your training, you will be asked to complete a self-assessed medical declaration form. This is important because if you have any pre-existing medical conditions, seek medical advice before diving, as some conditions may prevent you from diving while others may require further clearance (Diving Medical) before being able to dive safely.
So don't let the thought of taking up diving keep you away - it's not as hard as it seems! With some basic knowledge and the proper tuition, anyone can become certified open-water divers and explore the underwater world. So why not take the plunge today? .
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