PADI ADVANCED

The PADI Advanced Open Water is a two-day course that will provide you with the necessary knowledge and skills to be qualified to scuba in more challenging dive sites around the world. You will receive a license from PADI and be able to dive to a depth of 30m with a dive buddy upon fulfilling all the course requirements.

Become a PADI Advanced Diver!

The course begins with a self-study of eLearning materials, which you can access at home, to comprehend the vital theories of diving before proceeding to the actual diving lessons. After that, our PADI-certified instructors will help you build your confidence and develop your scuba skills through five adventure dives – three of which are compulsory dives while the other two descents can be based on your personal interests and preferences. Don’t worry about the scuba diving equipment because it’s included in the package.

Interested participants should be:

  • at least 12 years old or older
  • in good health
  • know how to swim
  • certified entry-level diver
How to start the e-Learning part?

After posting your payment, wait for the email from PADI containing the redeem code which you can use to get started immediately. Please check your inbox as the email will be sent within 24 hours.

In-water scuba lessons

After reading the e-Learning materials, you can proceed to the thrilling highlight of the course, the adventure dives! Just get in touch with us to schedule the date and time of your dives according to your personal preference.

PADI Advance

220 OMR

Pricing Includes:
-BBQ Lunch
-Soft Drink
-Permits to Dayminiyat Islands

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

We’re here to answer your questions

I never tried scuba diving before. What can I do?

If you want to become a certified diver you need to take the PADI Open Water Diving Course (3 days). If you don’t have time to finish a full course, you join us on a day trip and do a Try Dive.

Do all courses require an E-Learning?

Yes, all our courses except the PADI Divemaster Course require and eLearning and you have to read and pass it before we can start the course.

Do I have to know how to swim to enroll in a scuba diving course?

Yes, you need to know basic swimming skills to enroll in the PADI Open water Course. The minimum requirements for safety reasons are: 200 meter swim, floating 10 minutes and basic snorkeling skills.

Do I need to have my own scuba gear?

No, the rental from the Scuba equipment is already included in the course fees.

If there is any question that we have left unanswered, please contact us directly!

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