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Sunday, February 9th, 2014 @ 14:16 Advanced Open Water Course, News

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One of our PADI Instructors, Pablo, is sharing his knowledge and passion of scuba diving with his PADI Advanced Open Water student.

Qualifying as a PADI Advanced Open Water diver requires five open water training dives to be completed and a review of knowledge development correlating to those dives must be discussed between instructor and student. Two of these dives are mandatory to achieve certification, which are the deep dive and the underwater navigation dive. The combination of these disciplines will prepare the student diver for future dives to depths of up to 30 metres because this is the maximum depth set by PADI standards for recreational divers certified as PADI Advanced Open Water diver.

Pablo and his student complete these two dives, after a quick review of scuba diving skills and academic knowledge acquired from the entry-level PADI Open Water course.

The following day, Pablo won’t be teaching his student because she will be climbing to the summit of Mount Kinabalu instead! She’ll be back the following day to continue her PADI Advanced Open Water course though!

Many of our clients travel from far and wide to visit Borneo and want to try everything with the time available. Our programs are tailored to suit our clients’ goals for their holiday adventures in Sabah and our customer service is top priority to cater an itinerary for your activities. Your necessities, such as accommodation and transport are arranged for your convenience.

Get in touch with one of our helpful and experienced Head Office staff at KK Times Square to discuss a suitable program that satisfies your needs to create the perfect trip!

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