Advance Open Water (AOW) – Junior Advance Open Water (JAOW)

If you are already an Open Water Diver and want to try a new area of diving, e.g. wreck, deep, photography?? without exams?? With 3 adventure dives you can become a PADI Adventure Diver and with 5 adventure dives (inc deep and navigation), you can become a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver and extend your maximum depth to 30m. Or if you like one area of diving, you can specialise and gain more experience and dives in that area.

PADI Adventure Diver and PADI Advance Diver

PADI Adventure diver

Course Details

Suitable if you want to try a new area of diving, e.g. wreck, deep, navigation, fish identification, photography and many more, without the need for exams?? You can choose 3 adventure dives and become a PADI Adventure Diver. Each adventure dive consists of a short theory session and dive in the chosen area. The course is designed for completion directly after the Open Water Diver if you want to. Adventure dives help you increase your confidence and discover new areas of diving. It's a great way to get more dives under your belt whilst under the supervision of your PADI instructor.

PADI Advanced Diver

Course Details

Suitable if you want to try a new area of diving, e.g. wreck, deep, navigation, fish identification, photography and many more, without the need for exams?? You can choose 3 adventure dives and you must complete a navigation and deep dive as well (5 dives in total). Each adventure dive consists of a short theory session (using the Adventures in diving manual) and dive in the chosen area. The course is designed for completion directly after the Open Water Diver if you want to. Adventure dives help you increase your confidence and discover new areas of diving. It's a great way to get more dives under your belt whilst under the supervision of your PADI instructor. This course will also increase your personal depth limit to 30m (for divers aged 12-14yrs this is restricted to 21m).