PADI DIVE CENTRE
General information about our activities:
All divers registering for diving with Dive Ocean in Maldives are required to participate in an orientation dive, this dive is done on our beautiful house reef. The typical meeting time for this dive is 10.00am at the dive school. The dive and accompanying briefing will be finished by approx.
Once you have completed this dive you can then participate in our boat dives and self-dives. The dive boat goes out twice a day, a single tank
trip in the morning and a single dive trip in the afternoon; all boat dives are guided by one of the dive school staff. We offer a guided night dive by boat on Tuesday and Friday. You can furthermore do self-dives at the house reef throughout the day. The morning dives are the deeper dives (max. 30m) and with more current (only suited to Advanced Open Water Divers); and the afternoon dives are more relaxed and accessible to divers from all levels.
Depth limitation for all divers/dives is 30m, for entry level divers (Open Water Diver or equivalent) the depth limit is 20m.
Please come and see us upon arrival to register for your orientation dive, and do not forget to bring your certification card and logbook. If you are bringing your own, full or partial, set of dive equipment; then you can easily store that equipment in our wet room.
The Advanced Open Water (AOW) Diver course consists of 5 dives. Of these 5 dives, 2 dives are mandatory. These two are the Deep dive and the Navigation dive.
The other 3 dives are choice dives, you can decide together with your instructor which dives you would like to take. Some of the most preferred
options are Wreck diving, Underwater Digital Photography dive, Drift diving, Fish Identification, Peak Performance Buoyancy Diving, Night
The theory for the AOW course consists of you reading the 5 chapters related to the dives you are doing, and answering the knowledge review
at the end of each chapter in your manual. Your instructor will review these with you, and before every dive you will get a thorough briefing regarding the particularities of the dive you are about to take. There are no quizzes or exams, nor are here videos to watch for the Advanced Open Water Diver course. Please review the Medical Questionnaire every participant to a PADI course has to complete. Please have a look at the document and read through it before booking the Advanced Open Water Diver course. If you can answer all questions with ‘NO’ then you can participate in a Open Water Diver course, if however you answer‘YES’ to any one of the questions, then you need to provide a statement from a doctor stating that you are ‘fit to dive’. Please also bear in mind that there is no doctor on Biyadhoo, so once on the island it is very difficult to obtain a medical certificate.
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