Advanced Open Water Diver
The majority the course is practical in nature- enabling you to gain invaluable hands-on experience, dive deeper and enjoy a wider range of dive sites that might not be suitable for Open-water level divers. There is a small amount of reading involved but what better place to study than the sun deck of a luxury liveaboard? A far cry from a stuffy classroom!
The Advanced course includes 2 dives that are compulsory
- Deep Dive
this dive will bring you down to 30 metres experiencing the effects of Nitrogen Narcosis, and where you can see a wider variety of marine life that live at these depths. For the dive regions that we visit this deep dive experience is essential.
- Navigation Dive
during this dive you will learn how to use a compass and natural forms of navigation and orientation so that in the future you will be self-reliant to dive just with your buddy instead of a group
complete your course by picking any 3 of these dives
- Drift Dive
learn some simple techniques that allow you to drift effortlessly along with the currents and finish the dive deploying your surface marker before you ascend safely to the waiting boat.
- Night Dive
the underwater world is completely different at night! Experience the glowing phosphorescence as you turn off your torch, follow the hunting giant barracudas, find lobsters, dancing durban shrimps and decorator crabs.
- Naturalist Dive
intensify your knowledge of fish and corals as we will teach you all about underwater life from Southeast Asia and around the world.
- Multilevel Dive
in this dive you will learn how to use the ‘Wheel’ and/or Dive Computer effectively, which will enable you to increase your bottom time as you calculate your dives more accurately and safely.
- Peak Performance Buoyancy
improve your buoyancy, increase your breathing efficiency, learn how to streamline your body correctly so that you can get the most out of your dives making them longer, more enjoyable and relaxing.
- Wreck Diving
explore intriguing boat wrecks both new and very old that have been laying at the bottom of the ocean and have served as an artifical reef to a variety of fish and coral specimens. Only suitable for some itineraries including Palau.