To what depths do you want to take your adventure? No matter what your goal, the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course gives you the confidence, skills and experience for a whole new level of underwater exploration; all under the guidance of a PADI Pro.
As you step beyond the Open Water Diver level you'll dive five times over two or more days and have the opportunity to try (at your instructors discretion), underwater navigation, night diving, deep diving, digital underwater photography, wreck diving and much more. Plus the Advanced Open Water Divers course will take you one step closer to Master Scuba Diver – the ultimate recreational diving rating.
The new and experienced open water certified diver can take the course. Maybe you have a desire for additional training, meeting new divers or just looking for a fun weekend at the lake. We guarantee all 3!
Note: 10-11 year old divers may earn a Junior Adventure Diver certification.
12-14 year old divers may earn a Junior Adventure Diver or Junior Advanced Open Water Diver Certification.
Click here to download the 2018 Advance Open Water Diver schedule.
"Challenging and rewarding" best describes the PADI Rescue Diver course. This course expands your knowledge and experience level: Rescue Divers learn to look beyond their buddy and consider the safety and well being of fellow divers. Although this course is challenging, it is a rewarding way to build your confidence. Rescue Diver training prepares you to prevent problems and if necessary, manage dive emergencies. The course is designed to be demanding, though realistic in its conduct, content and approach. Although the nature and content of rescue training is serious, many divers say this is the most valuable course they have ever taken.
If you are a certified Advance Open Water diver, 15 years of age or older, you are ready for the course. A certified Junior Advance Open Water diver 12 to 14 years old will receive a Junior Rescue Divers certification card.
EFR Primary and Secondary Care training within 24 months. Training may be completed along with rescue dive course.
Click here to download the 2018 Rescue Course Schedule
Click here to download the 2018 EFR - CPR & 1st Aid Schedule.
Master Scuba Diver is the highest recreational diver rating. This is where the best of the best come to play because the dive possibilities are endless. To become a Master Scuba Diver you must log 50 dives and complete the following PADI courses.
Prestige isn’t easy to come by, but it is certainly well worth it. As a Master Scuba Diver, you’ll have a whole new level of confidence whether you’re diving local wrecks, quarries, reefs or exploring exciting dive environments around the world. The challenge is on – it’s your turn to Want it, Live it and Dive it.