How deep can a PADI Advanced Open Water diver go?

How deep can you dive with a PADI Advanced Open Water certification?

Advanced Open Water Diver certification, a diver between the ages of 12-14 can explore to a maximum depth of 21 metres/70 feet. Divers 12-14 must dive with a certified adult diver.

How deep can you go advanced open water?

A properly outfitted diver in training can generally descend to 60 feet if they are old enough. Divers with Open Water and Advanced Open Water certifications from PADI can descend to 100 feet and as far as 130 feet. There are amazing things to see under the water at various depths.

What comes after Advanced open water?

If that’s your goal and you want to get there quickly, Rescue Diver is the obvious next step. You’ll often hear this mentioned as the most challenging, yet most rewarding course divers ever take. Rescue divers learn to prevent and manage problems and develop more confidence in their dive skills.

What is considered a deep dive?

By recreational diving standards and according to PADI, any dive that exceeds 18 meters/ 60 feet and does not exceed 40 m/ 130 feet is considered a deep-water dive. However, you need to do the Deep Diver Specialty to get the skills to dive under 30 meters/ 100 feet.

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