PADI Advanced Open Water Diver
A great course to extend the knowledge and skills learned on your open water course. The PADI Advanced Open Water course qualifies you down to 30 meters, meaning that we can show you some of the amazing shipwrecks of the German High Seas Fleet.
This is a 2 day course which starts off shallow, with 1 day at the shore. Here we spend 3 dives working on fundamental dive skills such as buoyancy control and underwater navigation, all whilst exploring the British Blockships sunk by the Royal Navy during the World Wars. For day 2, we head to the boat for 2 dives on the German Fleet.
Total Dives: 5
Prerequisites - PADI OW or Equivalent and Drysuit Certification
One Just Isn't Enough
This 3 day course is perfect for people that have not dived in drysuits before.
We start off with 2 days at the Churchill Barriers, firstly with the PADI Drysuit course before moving onto the first dives of the PADI Advanced Open Water Course.
We head to the boat for day 3 to finish off the course on the German High Seas Fleet.
Total Dives: 6
The Full Shebang
This is our ultimate PADI Advanced Open Water course, and you will have gained three certifications by the time you have finished your three days with us!
This 3 day course runs as above but also includes your PADI Enriched Air Diver course which helps extend your bottom time underwater.
We will also have an underwater photographer with us for the boat dives on the German Fleet to immortalise your first 'deep' dive!
Total Dives: 6
Please note that enrolling on a course does not guarantee certification. Should you require extra time in the water or classroom in order to demonstrate mastery we will make every possible accommodation for you to be successful in your course.
Prices include all equipment and materials needed as well as a donation to Project AWARE to support marine conservation efforts and help protect the underwater world we love.
For everyone wishing to enrol in a PADI course please read the Medical Statement linked below and if you answer 'yes' to any question please consult your local GP to ensure you are fit to dive.