PADI Advanced Diver Courses.
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PADI Specialty Courses and Adventure Dives PADI Specialty Courses and Adventure Dives are available at Waterfront Scuba School. Take three adventure dives and gain your Adventure Diver qualification. Take five adventures dives, which include deep and navigation and gain your … Continue reading
Becoming an advanced diver is a lot of fun, even more so in the company of Waterfront Scuba! Our dedicated team will see you past your entry level qualifications and will endeavour to maintain the highest quality of service as you pass through your advanced levels.
Stepping beyond the limits of the Open Water course lets you explore yet more of the underwater universe with the increased depth limit of 30 meters, giving you the flexibility to go down deeper and explore ship wrecks and reefs that many other divers cannot reach. Attaining your advanced course will also provide a further insight into the skills and knowledge that heighten your experience under the surface.
Taking your diving to the advanced level also opens up a whole new field of speciality courses that you can mix and match to your own demands giving you yet more flexibility and skills to explore waters out of the reach of so many others. Taking you deep speciality can give you an even higher depth limit of 40 meters, while taking your Nitrox course allows you to stay underwater for longer. The possibilities are almost endless.
Stepping up even more means you will become a PADI recognised ‘Rescue Diver’. This is one of the most enjoyable courses that PADI has to offer as well as one of the most challenging. You will learn about survival skills beyond those in the Open Water course, as well as practical skills to save your buddy should anything go wrong at depth. It will teach you tips and tricks to become more self-reliant and more aware of hazards underwater that we cause for ourselves.
Become a Master!
Becoming a Master Scuba Diver (MSD) is a challenge that shouldn’t be taken lightly. MSD’s are the elite of the recreational diver’s community and carry a wealth of knowledge to match. Does it sound too hard to reach? Think again.
To become a Master Scuba Diver, you must meet the following conditions and file with PADI to attain your recognition. After that, the waters are all yours.
- Completed Open Water Course
- Completed Advanced Open Water Course
- Completed Rescue Diver Course
- Completed a minimum of FIVE specialities with PADI
- Have a minimum of 50 logged dives signed off by another recognised divers.
So although you might not have realised, you are already on your way to becoming one of the elite crowd! Keep at it and before long the oceans are your playground.