Adventure Scuba Diving Bali offers a unique experience for the PADI Advanced Open Water Course. With a range of options conducted over 2 or 3 days consisting of 5 or 6 dives, this course will give you the tools to become a well-rounded diver and vastly extend your range of dive skills.
PADI Adventure Dives
Of the 5 Adventure Dives, Deep and Navigation are required and the remaining 3 can be selected from Drift, Fish Identification, Digital Photography, Peak Performance Buoyancy, Naturalist, Wreck or Nitrox.
PADI Open Water Certification
(or qualifying certification from another organization).
*PADI Jr Open Water Divers may participate in some Adventure Dives up to the Adventure Jr Diver Certification.
Children aged 12-14 can earn their Jr Advanced Open Water Certificiation with a maximum depth limit of 21 meters/70 feet.
What will I earn?
You will receive your PADI Advanced Open Water Certification, which extends your range of diving opportunities around the world. With your extended depth range of 30 meters/100 feet and exposure to different underwater challenges you will be able to explore many dive sites that are limited to PADI Open Water Scuba Divers.
More About the PADI
Advanced Open Water Course
The PADI Advanced Open Water course can include dives that benefit from an extended bottom time when using Enriched Air Nitrox.
For example, at 33 meters/110 feet (the maximum depth of the USAT Liberty Wreck), you can reach a maximum bottom time of 25 minutes on EANx32 (32% O2, 68% N2), as opposed to a mere 16 minutes on air (21% O2, 79% N2).
Combine the PADI Enriched Air Nitrox course with your PADI Advanced Open Water to get the most out of your dives!
Click here to read an article posted on Scuba Diver Life about the USS Liberty. In the piece, Jessica Macdonald describes the Liberty as "A masterpiece of nature's reclaimed artistry." (And we tend to agree!)
PADI AOW Divers can enroll in any PADI Speciality course including the Deep Diver Speciality and Wreck Diver Speciality, and/or continue on to PADI Rescue Diver. Jr AOW Divers may participate in some Speciality courses, and PADI Jr Rescue Diver is also an option for children from age 12. Any of the Adventure Dives included on your course can also credit toward the corresponding PADI Specialty Diver certifications.