Enhance Your Diving Skills With The PADI Advanced Open Water Course.

  You will complete 5 adventure dives in 2 days along with 5 knowledge development sections in your training manual. There is no classroom or pool training during this course, only 5 fun adventure dives that should make you feel more experienced and much more comfortable in the water.

Deep and navigation are the mandatory dives and together with our PADI instructor, you will choose 3 more dives to complete your PADI Advanced Open Water Course. Usually the shipwreck dives prove to be a very popular choice with our Advanced students. 5 Adventure dives in 2 days. Maximum depth limit 30m/100ft.

 

 Course Price : 14,500 Baht.

The Course Includes:-

2 days course, 5 Adventure dives, All equipment rental, PADI Advanced Manual, Certification, Hot lunch on the boat and Hotel taxi service.

If you are short of time you can still complete an Adventure diving course with 3 dives in just one day.

PADI Adventure Diver Course.

PADI Advanced Open Water course

5 Adventure Dives Including Deep, Navigation and  Wreck Diving.

Now you are thinking of becoming an Advanced Diver you are ready to take the next step up the PADI Ladder. During section one of this course you will study “Thinking Like a Diver” This is a reminder and reinforcement of the good dive habits you have learned so far as well as adding in a few more. As an Advanced Level Diver, you may want to purchase some smaller dive items such as; Gloves, Compass, Dive computer, SMB or flash lights. Travel light with some basic small items like these and in certain situations you never know when you’ll need them, especially an SMB (Surface Marker Bouy)

Advanced Diving Equipment Accessories

As an Advanced diver you might want to think about owning your own dive computer. It makes you more aware of your depth and dive time, allows you to control ascent rates and safe diving limits. Dive Computers include automatic safety stop countdowns and also manage your surface interval time.

A Surface Marker Buoy (SMB)  is one piece of safety equipment that you should seriously think about owning. It can be deployed before you ascend to warn boat traffic that you are coming to the surface and it can be used at the surface as a long distance signalling device. A small and inexpensive item that could save your life. Ask your Instructor about practicing with an a SMB during your next dive.

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