GETTING YOU READY FOR MORE DIVING CONDITIONS
Exploration, Excitement, Experiences. They’re what the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course is all about. And no, you don’t have to be “advanced” to take it – it’s designed so you can go straight into it after the PADI Open Water Diver course. The Advanced Open Water Diver course helps you increase your confidence and build your scuba skills so you can become more comfortable in the water. This is a great way to get more dives under your belt while continuing to learn under the supervision of your PADI Instructor. This course builds on what you’ve learned and develops new capabilities by introducing you to new activities and new ways to have fun scuba diving.
You’ll hone your skills by completing five adventure dives that introduce you to:
- Underwater navigation
- Deeper water diving (typically anywhere from 18-30 metres/ 60-100 feet)
- Night diving
- Multi-level diving
- Drift diving
Get credit! Each Adventure Dive in the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course may credit toward the first dive of the corresponding PADI Specialty Diver course.
* Be certified as a PADI Open Water Diver or equivalent
* Be diving for the last 6 months, if not, a Pool Refresher is required
* Be able to answer “NO” in the following RSTC medical statement
* (If you have any “YES” you will need to consult and get a physician’s approval before the commencement of the course)
Take up the PADI Advanced Diver Course today! Email or call us at 62911 290 for more information.
Find out why our PADI Advanced Diver Course is conducted on a Liveaboard from March till October
Why weekend Liveaboard trip is the NEW Way to go Diving?
Our open sea dive training just gets better! Let us tell you why you deserve better when taking your PADI Advanced Diver Course with us!
Banish the fatigue caused by late night travelling by chartered passenger van.
It’s just too uncomfortable sitting in the same position for 3.5hrs and worrying about road safety. Besides, you might just feel like a packed sardine.
Banish night boat crossing to Tioman or Aur island.
You are already sleepy and tired from a full day of work in the office and travelling. And when you get to the jetty, you still need to drag your dive gear and yourself to the boat for the boat journey.
Forget about dragging your heavy and wet gear through the Malaysia and Singapore Customs
A full set of dive gear (Mask, Snorkel, Fins, Suit, BCD, and Regulator Set) weighs about 12 kg. Are you sure you want to go through this?
You are not subject to tide conditions which will determine your ferry timing or necessary boat transfer
Often, when we take the land trip, we are subjected to the ferry timing and tide conditions. When it’s low tide, we need to either leave or depart early from Mersing Jetty. So this will in turn cause you to return as late as past mid-night on Sunday.
You wake up bright and chirpy when taking the Liveaboard
Departure point will be at Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal. We assemble at 1800 hrs for departure, hop onto the dive boat, settle into your choosen cabin choice, set up your dive gear, dinner, star gazing on the sun deck. And it’s all on the boat! When you rise and shine the next morning, you are at your dive destination! No hassle, it’s just so convenient!
Learning how to dive through the best experience you deserve
No more unrigging and rigging up your dive gear after each dive when you are on a liveaboard! You just need to do it once! You just need to take out your first stage from the tank after each dive so that your dive tanks will be charged during your surface interval. During this time, the dive boat will be travelling to the next diving spot. How convenient is that?
Dive the best selected dive site
Because when you are on land trip, you will be subjected to available tank limitation in between dives, which might require you to go back to the dive centre after each dive to get fresh tanks. Resort distance to dive sites can be an issue as well. This will then not allow you to dive the best of Tioman or Aur. On a liveaboard, there’s no such problem! You get to dive the best dive site, EACH TIME!
PADI Advance Open Water Diver Manual
Use of Tanks and Weights
Use of Dive Boat
PADI Certification Card
2 Core Dives : Deep, Navigation
3 Elective Dives: Peak Performance Buoyancy, Wreck, Drift, Multilevel Dive
Weekend trip to Aur or Tioman
Food and Drinks
Land and Boat Transfer Fees
Complimentary Gear usage: Mask, Snorkel, Full Foot Fins, Shorty, BCD, Regulator Set, dive torch, Weight Belt, dive computer
Outram Secondary School
Time / Duration
13 – 15 Jun 2014
Pulau Tioman – Liveaboard
6 Dives ; 4 Spaces
Step 1: Course Registration at Waikiki Dive Centre
Please register at least 2 weeks in advance prior to the trip date. 1 recent coloured digital passport sized photo is required for certification purposes. The Participant has to come down to Waikiki Dive Centre to and sign the Student Profile, Liability Releases and Medical Statement.
If the last Open Sea dive was 6 Months ago, participants are REQUIRED to attend the Pool Refresher Course. This is at additional SGD $100
Step 2: Completion of Knowledge Reviews
Participants have to complete all 5 knowledge reviews of Deep, Night, Drift, Multi-level, Navigation, where you’ll hand in to the PADI Instructor during the practical session in Malaysia Islands.
Step 3: Open Sea Dives
The Open Sea Dives will be held over Friday till Sunday in Malaysia. This is to ensure that knowledge of the adventure dives are of mastery level by the participant. And not forgetting the assurance of safe diving practices are reinforced in the open sea.