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Get ready to take the next step after completing your first open water dives!
There are 5 dives to be completed in the advanced course which will improve your skills and help you to become a better diver. Forget those long hours of reading and theory. This course is fun and will teach you how to behave during your dives. The maximum depth for diving is 30 meters for Advance Course and 23 meters for Juniors.
We allow maximum 4 students per course!
You will learn how to navigate using a compass and natural landmarks underwater, and reach new depths while completing the deep dive. Peak Performance Buoyancy will teach you useful breathing techniques and improve your control in the water. There are a couple of options for the last two dives, so you are free to choose which specialties you would like to learn. Fish identification dive will allow you to learn some of the common species in the Andaman Sea, and search and recovery will prepare you for finding lost objects using search patterns. Other options include: boat diving, multilevel and computer, photography and naturalist dives.
The knowledge and skills you get in the Advanced Open Water Diver course vary with your interest and the adventures you have, but include:
You will complete 5 incredible adventure dives and be able to choose 3 of them (Deep and Navigation are mandatory). Our dive center will offer you these options:
You will use all the basic scuba equipment and a diving computer during your open water dives. You will be able to buy your own mask in our retail shop as it is always better when it fits the face properly. A buoyancy compensating jacket that holds your scuba tank, a scuba regulator that delivers air, a weight system and instrumentation to monitor depth and air supply will be used also. We will provide you with a short wetsuit as well. We will give you a special 10% discount on anything you want to invest within our retail shop!
To take this course, you must: