This course can be taken after completing the Basic Open Water Course. You do not have to be an "advanced diver" to take this course, it is designed to advance your skills. Whether you have five dives, or one hundred, this course will meet you where your skills are, and advance your diving from there, as well as broaden your awareness of the environment you're diving in.
This class consists of two classroom sessions, one pool session and five open water dives, including a Peak Performancy Buoyancy dive, Navigation dive, Night dive, Deep dive, and one additional, decided on by the instructor, dive site, and students in the course.
Call or email us to register for this course.
Pool sessions are held at the Tigard or Scapoose Swim Centers.
Open Water Dives are typically held along the Hood Canal.
Students are responsible for costs associated with the open water weekend including, but not limited to: gas, food, accommodation, and air fills ($8-$10 each).
Students are also responsible for renting, or providing, their own equipment for the open water weekend. Students must purchase/ supply their own dive lights (including a primary, back-up, and tank marker light), as well as a dive slate.