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PADI Advanced Open Water Diver

PADI Junior Advanced Open Water Diver

Expand your skills - discover new things

With the PADI Advanced Open Water course, as an already licensed PADI Open Water Diver (or another organization) you can improve your skills underwater and make new interesting adventure dives such as wreck diving or underwater photography. As a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver, you will learn more about pressure and diving up to 30 meters deep as well as navigating underwater.

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Our PADI Advanced Open Water course consists of 6 dives instead of only 5:


The PADI Advanced Open Water Diver Course takes 2 to 3 days and includes 6 dives. Of the 6 dives, 1 is a fun dive, 2 are fixed adventure dives and 3 are free to choose.

Navigation dive:
With the Navigation Dive you learn how to orientate yourself under water. There are basically two options. On the one hand, you learn how to use a compass under water and how to measure distances. But visual references also help you navigate underwater. We are very lucky that we usually have very good visibility, which will make navigating a little easier for you. This is a really interesting dive as you can guide your instructor through the dive site. ;-)

Deep dive: As a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver you can dive to a depth of up to 30 meters. This is probably the main reason why many choose the AOWD course. In this dive, we will show you the effects of underwater pressure on your body as well as what you have to pay attention to when planning a deep dive using interesting experiments.

Dives 3, 4 and 5: After the 2 mandatory adventure dives you can choose from a variety of adventure dives. We generally recommend buoyancy diving and a night dive. We are happy to advise you personally with us in the diving school to select the perfect dives for you. You also have the opportunity to dive the world-famous Zenobia wreck on your PADI Advanced Open Water course. This wreck is one of the top 5 wrecks in the world. There we can do 2 dives (deep dive and wreck dive).

As a certified Advanced Open Water Diver, you can dive to a maximum depth of 30 meters.

There's something for everyone

Choose your training package

You can choose from three different packages! Do you like to dive the world-famous Zenobia and/or would you like to find out more about protecting the oceans? Then the gold or green packages are for you:

Silver Package

€ 419.00

    - eLearning
    - 5 Advanced Open Water Dives
    - Registration

Gold package

€ 628.00

    - eLearning
    - 5 Advanced Open Water Dives
    - Registration
    - PADI NITROX course
    - Deep and wreck dive at the Zenobia
    - 2 nitrox cylinder

Green package

€ 528.00

    - eLearning
    - 5 Advanced Open Water Dives
    - Registration
    - Photos and videos on dive #5
    - PADI Dive Against Debris course
    - Fourth Element debris bag
Beginn with the diving theory!

Start with PADI eLearning

With the PADI eLearning® system you can start with the theoretical part of the course and work at your own pace. This convenient, interactive learning option allows you to learn anytime, anywhere where you have an internet connection.

After completing your eLearning program, you can start directly with the practical part of the course with us (or in any other PADI diving school worldwide). We will deduct the amount paid for this from the course.

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More information about the PADI Advanced Open Water Course

We offer our courses in German, English and French. We attach great importance to making you feel comfortable. Because we know it's a big step. Therefore, we always keep our groups as small as possible so that we can take enough time for each one.

How do I get to you?
In front of the dive centre there are free parking spaces and a bus station is only a 2 minute walk away. We also offer transportation from your hotel in the Pernera, Protaras, and Agia Napa region for a small extra cost.

What do I learn in theory and is there an exam?
The theory is rather small in the Advanced Open Water course. But here too we have to discuss a few things. Most of all, you will learn more about the pressure and physical properties of water. However, there are no written exams for the Advanced Open Water Diver course.

Do I need my own equipment?
No of course not. So you don't need to buy or bring any equipment. However, if you already have your own equipment, you can benefit from a 10% discount on your course (base price). With us, however, your equipment is included in the course price.

How deep can I dive as a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver?
After your training as a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver you can dive with a buddy to a maximum depth of 30 meters.

Junior Advanced Open Water Divers can dive to a maximum depth of 21 meters.


Scuba diving with enriched air nitrox gives you more

no decompression time, especially on repetitive scuba dives.

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