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Open Water Scuba Diver – Referral

Open Water Scuba Diver – Referral

Complete your PADI Open Water Diver Course with Aussie Divers Phuket

Yes you can complete your PADI Open Water training with Aussie Divers Phuket after starting with another PADI dive centre. Please note that prices will vary with the amount of previous training that you have completed. This is not a stand alone course.

Discounts are given (up to THB 1,200) for those that those that have their own PADI Certification documents (PIC online or Paper PIC). You may have this in paper form or digital form. If you have used the PADI online learning (PADI e-learning or PADI Library APP) then the PADI certification processing fee will be included with the online theory. If this is the case you can take THB 1,200 off the below prices.If you are not sure about this please contact your previous PADI training centre/instructor.

What is Involved

If you have completed you PADI Open Water Course theory and confined water/pool session prior to arriving in Phuket You can complete your remaining dives of the course at either Racha Yai/Racha Noi and three dives or Phi Phi/Shark Point. Includes online certification. It is all inclusive of hotel transfers (Patong, Kata, Karon, Kamala, Kalim and Chalong only), equipment, breakfast and lunch on the boat, drinks, snacks and hopefully some really nice diving.

Prerequisites

You need to have completed the PADI Open Water course theory and confined water/ pool components prior to arriving in Phuket.

The Fun Part

You will do at least four (possible six) dives at local dive sites under the supervision of your PADI Instructor. Dive sites visited will be the popular training grounds of Racha Yai and Racha Noi followed by Phi Phi and Shark Point.

The Scuba Gear You Use

In the PADI Open Water Diver course, you learn to use basic scuba gear including a dive computer and standard accessories. Phuket’s warm climate and waters make it a perfect training environment, no need for thick and cumbersome wetsuits. Mostly we use 3mm short wetsuits however some wear not wetsuits at all opting for shorts and a rash guard.

Top quality rental equipment will be supplied throughout this course free of charge. We mostly use Scubapro which is recognised as one of the leading brands of scuba diving equipment in the world. If you wish to purchase your own equipment contact Aussie Divers Phuket for all your equipment needs.

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