The Adventure Diver course consists of 3 different Adventure dives that you can choose from many. If you are interested in learning more about underwater marine life, then the Underwater Naturalist or Fish Identification dive is for you, if you are interested in learning what it is like to dive in the night sea, try the Night Dive. Find out how to extend your dive time with Multilevel Dives or get more out of Current Diving. With such a choice, it’s hard to stop at just three dives, isn’t it?
Once you complete the Adventure Diver course, you only have two more Adventure dives left to qualify as an Advanced Open Water Diver, or you can continue with the appropriate specialty courses.
Choose any 3 dives, make them, pass theory knowledge tests – and you are an Adventure Diver! The list of possible dives includes Fish ID Dive (finding fish), Night Dive (night dive), Drift Dive (dive in current conditions), Boat Dive (dive from a boat) and many, many more.
One day – three dives
Open Water Diver certification or equivalent.
At least 15 years of age with parental or guardian permission.
At least 18 years of age without the permission of a parent or guardian.
Between the ages of 10 and 14, divers are awarded the Junior Adventure Diver certification, which allows them to dive under the supervision of an adult with an Open Water Diver level or higher.