The PADI Advanced Open Water course with eLearning option takes your scuba diving adventure to thrilling new heights!

Prepare yourself for an exhilarating journey that will push your limits, unlock new underwater realms, and ignite your passion for exploration.

Throughout the course, you’ll be guided by one of our experienced PADI instructors who share your passion for adventure. He will not only ensure your safety but also challenge you to expand your skills, fine-tune your buoyancy control, and master new underwater skills.

Course Overview

Here is an overview of the PADI Advanced Open Water course with the eLearning option:

  1. Sign up and complete the eLearning portion
    Before you begin your practical training, you will need to complete the online eLearning portion of the course. This will include interactive videos, knowledge reviews, and quizzes to ensure you have a good understanding of the course material.
  2. Choose and complete five adventure dives
    Once you have completed the eLearning portion, you will work with your PADI instructor to select five adventure dives from a list of options, such as deep diving, underwater navigation, night diving, underwater photography, and some more.  Each dive will focus on a different skill or experience
  3. Review and debrief
    After each dive, you will review your performance with your instructor and receive feedback on how to improve. You will also have the opportunity to debrief and discuss your experiences with other members of your group.


Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive the PADI Advanced Open Water certification, which allows you to dive to a maximum depth of 30 meters (100 feet) with a certified buddy.


PADI Open Water Diver or equivalent
Minimum Age: 15 years old / 12 years old for Junior AOWD
Duration of the course: 2-3 days

Where You Train

Our dive center is a top of the art PADI 5 Star Dive Center. The swimming pool was designed for scuba diving training. The dive center is set directly at the sea side, just walk into the sea to dive on a magnificent coral reef full of marine life.

Typical Day of Training

You will need at least 2 full days for your dive training.

  • 9:00-12:00: dive briefings, open water dives
  • 12:00-13:30: lunch
  • 13:30-17:00: dive briefings, open water dives
  • 18:00- 19:30: night dive (optional)

Please consider in your planning that you are not allowed to fly for a minimum 18 hours from your last dive. It is recommended to have 1 day to rest before flying back.

Here is a short PADI video which walks you through the PADI Advanced Open Water Course:

Questions? Contact our PADI Instructor Team.