PADI Advanced Open Water Course
Course - Go Dive Tasmania
Your PADI Advanced Open Water certification is the next step in your diving education, which allows you to explore different diving specialties under the supervision and guidance of a PADI Instructor, and gain supervised experience while you build on the basic skills you learnt in your PADI Open Water Course. It allows you to dive to a maximum depth of 30m, opening more dive sites for you to explore.
The course consists of a minimal amount of theory - the Adventures in Diving manual guides you through the knowledge needed to complete the five adventure dives. It is largely a practical course, with only a small amount of time in the classroom, so it only takes two days to complete! To earn your Advanced Open Water rating, you need to complete five adventure dives, including Peak Performance Buoyancy, Underwater Navigation, Night Diving, Deep Diving and Boat Diving.
- PADI Adventures in Diving Manual
- Tanks and weights
- Accommodation at the Tasman Peninsula (shared lodge style)
- 3 x Shore dives
- 2 x Boat dives
- Refreshments between dives
What do I need?
- You will need your own dive gear gear. If you do not have your own gear, gear hire is available in store
- You will need an adequate torch for the night dive
- You will need an SMB with reel (surface marker buoy) for the boat dives
- You will need a compass for the navigation dive
- All of the required gear is available in-store for hire
What about Enriched Air (Nitrox)?
- Many divers choose to complete the PADI Enriched Air Course whilst doing their PADI Advanced Dive Course. Learn about how diving on enriched air can greatly benefit your diving by selecting ADD Enriched Air Course on the course selection.
- Please see this link for information on diving doctors in your area: Diving Doctor List
- You must be at least 15 years old to complete this experience within Australia.
- Anyone age 45 years and over MUST complete a recreational diving medical with a doctor prior to starting their course
- If you have had COVID you MUST have a recreational diving medical completed before you can start your training.
- You will be required to complete a medical statement which may result in you needing to complete a medical with a doctor. Click here to read the PADI RSTC Diving Medical before you book.
- You must be able to swim at least 200 meters and float for 10 minutes unassisted.
- By purchasing the course online you agree to a non refundable deposit of $150 per person booked regardless of all other conditions
- Courses are only partially refundable (less $150 non refundable deposit) subject to failing a recreational diving medical and supplying the failed medical to: firstname.lastname@example.org if within 14 days of start of course, no refunds will be given.
- No refunds will be given to cancellations within 14 days of start of course.
- Switching selected courses dates within 14 days of start of course will incur a $245 re-booking fee per person booked.
- Not attending or failing to complete the course will incur a $245 re-booking fee to try again, this is allowed once only. Any further attempts will incur a full course charge.
- Upon booking the course we will contact you via email/phone for you details, please respond in a timely manner to ensure you receive your online learning
Such a great weekend! My group had Matt Testoni as an instructor and he was so fun, knowledgable and kind. He is a whiz at underwater photography and has many cool photos to show and can tell you almost anything about any aquatic critter! I learnt stacks and feel so much more comfortable underwater after the course, highly recommend!
PADI Advanced Open Water Course