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2 DAYS

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6 DIVES

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$775*

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*COST OF PADI 'eLEARNING' SEPARATE

TAKE YOUR DIVING TO

THE NEXT LEVEL 

If you are looking to either expand your diving knowledge and skills, or simply looking for an adventure, then the Advanced Open Water course will tick all of those boxes. You'll discover new and exciting areas of diving from venturing into deeper waters or developing zen-like buoyancy control, all under close supervision of our expert instructors, who will call on all of their tricks to help you fine-tune your scuba diving abilities.

This course is one of our favourites - take a look at these key benefits to see why!

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Qualified to dive in open water to 30m/100 feet

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Explore advanced dive sites including wrecks and caverns

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Perfect your fundamental scuba diving skills

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Improve air consumption; dive deeper; dive longer!

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Earn credit towards PADI specialty courses 

WHAT WILL

I LEARN?

Like most modern scuba diving courses which consist of training "modules",

the Advanced Open Water course is broken-down into 2 parts:

THEORY

10-12 HOURS TOTAL

Get ready for your  open water training by completing the theory via the PADI eLearning platform. Download the course material then immerse yourself in the interactive presentations, which prepare you for the practical skills to be done at the Great Barrier Reef!

These modules cover all of the theory and assessments, meaning no further tests are needed once here in Port Douglas.

This digital component works best using the PADI Library app, and is compatible with Mac, PC, iOS and Android..

REEF

2 DAYS/6 DIVES

2 of the 5 required training dives are compulsory - 'Deep' and 'Navigation'; which gear you up for diving to 30m/100ft, and finding your way around a dive site using a compass and natural references.

Choose your other 3 dives from the following, based on whatever most grabs your attention: Boat, Digital Underwater Imaging (photo or video); Drift diving;

Fish Identification, and Search & Recovery. 

There is also a 'Peak Performance Buoyancy' dive which is often considered an unofficial compulsory dive, where you will swim through hoops and play buoyancy games as you master your skills.

BEFORE 

YOU GO

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Minimum age for the Advanced Open Water Course is 12.

'Adventure Diver' open to 10-11 year olds.

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Certain medical conditions and/or medications may pose a health risk and preclude you from diving.  Please contact us for details

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A valid 'Open Water'/entry-level diving licence from a recognised dive training agency is essential. Recent diving experience is advised.