Adventure Dives

As a certified diver you have probably already discovered that diving can be a real adventure; something more than 'just' watching marine life. You may have a growing interest in taking pictures underwater, deep diving, diving with nitrox or exploring a wreck. Continuing training means more safety, more independence from your dive guide, and a better awareness of your surroundings. Our lessons focus strongly on the different aspects of diving. There is for instance a Navigation Dive, a Deep Dive, a Peak Performance Buoyancy Session, a Photography Dive, a Night Dive and many other specialized dives. If you really enjoy specialized diving you could even do a specialty course in the area of your choice. These practical dives can be taken independently or in the following packages:

 

The Adventure Diver Course

If you do 3 of the Adventure Dives you will be awarded with the Adventure Diver Certificate. You should take into account that this course is spread out over a minimum of 3 days and that no examination is required.

 

The Advanced Open Water Diver Course

After doing 5 Adventure Dives you will become an Advanced Open Water Diver. As with the Adventure Diver Course, this course is experience based and does not require an exam. This ranking is required to go to the next PADI level of Rescue Diver.

 

Online theory

Now there is the possibility to finish your theory (Open Water and Advanced Open Water only) before you come out here to do the dive course with us. Through PADI e learning you can schedule your theory at your own convenience online at home. If you sign up for elearning and mention Delphis as the divecenter where you will do the water lessons we will deduct US 50 from your course fee. Even if you prebook your course through our website!

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Divers say

We had an amazing time with all the divemasterS at Delphins. A 14-year non-diving gap was a big challenge for you all, but with a lot of patience from the guys and girl the joy & confidence is back! Swaying with the currents was fanstastic! From Peter & Ingrid a big thank you :-)

 

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