The PADI Rescue Diver course is the most challenging and memorable recreational scuba course you will do. This 2 day course teaches you to become a better dive buddy.
PADI Advanced Open Water Course
- Open Water Diver (PADI or any other agency)
- 15 years old
- Complete a medical form
- Have done a dive in the last 6 months
- Access to your own car or a way of getting to the allocated dive sites
- One Person
- Two People
- Book with Mates
Advance your scuba diving skills with PADI
The PADI Advanced Open Water course is a 2-day course in a small group of 6 students. With the Advanced Course, students are going to cover 5 adventure dives to experience new skills and hobby in scuba diving.
Bucket List Diver objectives is to teach confident, safe and enthusiast Advanced Scuba Divers
On the first day of your advanced scuba course, we will start by Peak Performance Buoyancy. It is a dive to practice and play with your buoyancy, which is very much welcome for any divers that need to lower their air consumption and/or use their arm will diving. It will be followed by our Navigation Dive. After the PADI Open water course, many divers are scared to go unguided. Your PADI Scuba instructor will give you the tricks of the trade! It is a very fun and rewarding dive. The last dive is the Rescue Dive, that will give you the basic of rescuing yourself and a dive buddy. It is a good way to build up your confidence.
We also includes a Deep Dive that will be done on our scuba diving charter Moonshine 2 or Linni between 20 and 30 metres. From the boat, you will also do an elective dive such as Naturalist, Boat Dive, underwater photography or Fish identification.
Thanks to the PADI Advanced Open Water course, you will gain new skills:
- Navigate with and without a compass
- Dive to 30 metres with an equally qualified buddy
- Plan your dive
This higher-level course is not only about getting deeper. Our objective is to give you more confidence in your own skills so you can do new activities underwater. Among them, you could dive in the drift current of Komodo Island or explore the dive wreck in Western Australia.
Everything that is included:
- PADI Digital pack
- 3 shore dives and 2 dives at Rottnest Island
- Certification fees are included
- No equipment sale will be push or forced on you; we will only offer a recommendation if you ask during the course
What do you need:
- Your Open Water Certification (any organisation)
- Having done a dive in the last 6 month
- A full set of scuba diving equipment and 2 tanks. You can rent with us. 2 days rental for the price of 1.
- Access to transportation from and to the shore dive sites.
You can join the PADI Advanced Open Water Course immediately after your PADI Open Water Course. The course is designed to improve on your skills and give your more perspective as a scuba diver. However, we suggest to have logged 10 dives in total before joining to really take the most of the course.
We also require our students to have dive in the last 6 months or to join our Refresher Course before.
As a PADI Advanced Diver, you can join a Boat Night Dive or Shore night, however we will not do one during the course. In summer, we will offer Night Dive every couple of week, it is free to join and a Divemaster/instructor will welcome and guide all Night Dive beginners.
Deep Dive and Navigation are mandatory to complete the course. We think the peak performance Buoyancy is a must do as it is a core skill of scuba diving. The Rescue Dive is an important dive as it gives you skills to save yourself and your buddy. You can choose an elective dives for the remaining one among Fish Id, Naturalist, Boat Dive and Photography/Videography. Any special question, let us know.
The E-learning has to be completed before the relevant dive. Each section is linked to one of the dive, you will be doing. They take around 30 to 45 minutes each to complete. You e-learning also contains many other dives specialty, you are welcome to go through it to learn more. You e-learning will still be available after the course for many years.
We totally get it. The PADI Open Water Course can be overwhelming. We suggest that you join our Boat Dives or Shore dives before starting the course. We offer free Divemaster to guide you, brief and debrief you. You will get confident by practicing. Have a chat with them and they will let you know if you are ready to take the next step.