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PADI Advanced Open Water Diving Course - London

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  • Duration: 2 days either weekend or midweek Location: London School of Diving Cost: £249.00 includes materials and equipment hire Minimum Age: 12 Prerequisites: Certified Open Water Diver Course dates call the office on 020 3468 5493 for availability

    The PADI Advanced Open Water course is designed to advance your diving skills in a number of speciality areas whilst gaining supervised experience. It consists of five open water dives in specialist diving areas including deep and navigation. Upon completion you will be qualified to dive to 30 meters in conditions similar to or better than those you were trained in. As well as deep and navigation your specialty dives can be in either boat- dry suit- wreck- altitude- search and recovery- drift- peak performance buoyancy- fish identification- night- photography- multi-level- videography- diver propulsion vehicle- enriched air or naturalist. The exact dives that you do will be determined by your interest- the environment you are training in- the conditions at the dive site and your instructors discretion. We run the course both at coastal and inland dive sites to suit students interests and circumstances.

    Please click here to be taken to the London School of Diving website for full details

     

     

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