The Open Water is an international patent that happens in three days and allows you to be autonomous in Scuba diving
There is no particular difficulty in learning diving and PADI Open Water
The most important thing is the quality of the teaching you will receive. To do this it is good to avoid diving clubs that have 30 students per
weeks and privilege the proximity with your instructor. The more it will be available to you the more things you will look simple and accessible.
The organization of Open Water at our liveaboard sailboat
During your stay at the diving club we will give you your work supports
Development and verification of knowledge of specific diving in open water
Practical diving practice 20 skills*
Two days of diving at the most beautiful diving sites in the world
We provide you with all the necessary support for your Open Water training, each chapter you will
have in addition a video to refine your knowledge and then a test in order to be sure that you are comfortable with the subject.
- Assemble, adjust and prepare scuba diving equipment.
- Perform a safety check before diving. BALO
- Demonstrate an appropriate deep water inlet. Jump off the edge of the boat.
- Adjust stability, deflate BCD and buoyancy at eye level.
- Alternatively breathe from the snorkle to the regulator.
- Go down using the 5 point method.
- recover and release a regulator at depth.
- Remove, replace and empty the mask.
- Signal OUT OF AIR, breathe and swim for 1 minute in buddy.
- Check its mounting using alternating air supply.
- Breathe a free flow regulator for 30 seconds.
- Become neutral and float using both BCD and oral inflation.
- Reassemble using the 5 points method.
- Remove, replace, adjust and secure the weight system to the surface.
- Simulate a controlled emergency ascent, while emitting a continuous sound.
- Flotation for 30 seconds without swimming with the legs.
- Swim without masks for 15 meters, then replace and clean the mask.
- Remove, replace, adjust and secure the underwater weight system.
- Remove, replace, adjust and secure the scuba diving unit.