If you want to feel the greatness of the underwater world, this is where it all starts. By completing the PADI Open Water Divers Course, the most popular certification in the world you will be able to dive with other divers on the high seas without the supervision of an instructor.
The Open Water course allows you to dive but why not want to go deeper, dive at night, become better at buoyancy, take photos, get more theoretical and practical knowledge to become a better diver.
Take your first dive trip, Open Water training. If you always dream of learning to dive, find new sensations or just want to explore diversity on the ocean floor. Open Water Training is your starting point for underwater adventures. Open Water is a diving training that is very famous in the world. This has encouraged millions of people to want to find a very beautiful ocean floor and want to be part of a diving and lifestyle community that goes hand in hand.
Open Water Diver (OWD) is a beginner-level autonomous divers certification for recreational scuba diving. Although different agencies use different names, similar entry-level courses are offered by all recreational diving agencies and consist of a combination of knowledge development (theory), limited water dives (practical training) and open water dives (experience) appropriate to enable divers to dive in open circuit scuba, in open water to a limited depth and in conditions similar to divers who have been trained or then get the appropriate experience, up to an acceptable level of safety.
Your comfort in the water will greatly determine the success of the diving training you are taking. Many assume that for diving you do not need to be able to swim. This is a false assumption. During diving training, you will learn how to swim independently on the surface and underwater and learn emergency measures that must be mastered if a problem occurs during diving.
The PADI Open Water Diver course is fun. You will learn all the basics of diving to explore the underwater world in a safe way. During the PADI Open Water Diver course, you will practice sea diving and theory. Our instructors will teach you what you need to know to be better prepared to enjoy new adventures.
Towards your Open Water training, you will learn the basics of how to use your equipment, how to use a dive computer, as well as other accessories. Its usefulness depends on the dive zone, water temperature, current, and other meteorological factors. Dive guides in the form of Open Water videos include all the basic knowledge, terms and safety procedures that you should know about.
After completing the PADI Open Water Diver course, you have been fully certified PADI Open Water Diver and are allowed to drive around the world with a diving friend to a depth of 18 meters.
In addition, after you officially hold the Open Water Diver certificate, you can dive independently (independently) with your buddy as long as it meets certain conditions such as understanding or familiarity with the dive sites, diving capabilities, and others. So your ability and comfort in the water is a must-have ability for a diver.