PADI Open Water Dive Course

Book now our first Dive Course starts on 31st of March 2019

3 days PADI Open Water course, elearning, includes 2 half days boat Trips with 4 Open Water Dives around the islands

If more dives extra wanted on the Trip $45 extra per dive

Price: 799 per Person (includes e-learning)

Price:699 (excludes elearning)

PADI Open Water Course Prerequisites

  • Minimum age 15, with parental consent
  • Complete a PADI Medical Statement (Adobe PDF | 113.12 KB). The Scuba Doctor recommends you have a full Diving Medical before learning to dive. (Your safety is the most important thing!

PADI Open Water Diver Course Process

PADI Online Training

Study in your own time online. Your theory is done online whenever is convenient for you. Once you’ve paid a deposit, we’ll email you a PADI e-learning access pass so you can get started right away. Once you’ve finished the online study we bring you into the shop to size up for some gear.

If you choose the PADI eLearning option (like most people do) you can save yourself a day in the classroom by studying at home. In order to do this either email or call our friendly staff and begin your theory right now at home. Once you are ready, we’ll arrange a date and time to conduct your pool training, beach and boat dives.

Dive Equipment

In the PADI Open Water Diver course, you learn to use basic scuba gear, including a mask, snorkel, fins, regulator, buoyancy control device and a cylinder. The equipment you wear varies, depending upon whether you’re diving in tropical, temperate or cold water.


PADI Pool Training

When you’re fitted with your scuba equipment you can begin your pool training. Your instructor will put into practice the techniques you learned in the academics program. Your training dives will be logged and approved by your PADI instructor before you move on to open water.

PADI Open Water Training

Get ready to experience everything you’ve learned with the freedom of open water. Your open water training dives will include at least one boat dive, plus a dive to at least 12 metres deep.

As soon as your open water training dives are approved by your PADI instructor you will be a certified diver. The PADI Open Water Diver certification is recognized worldwide so your diving experiences will be limitless.


What to Bring and Wear

  • Dive medical completed by a dive doctor, or medical statement
  • Certificate of Completion of the e-learning theory training
  • Swim wear, sunscreen, towel, mask, snorkel, dive boots and fins.