The PADI Open Water Diver Course is the way to become a certified Open Water Diver. After finishing this course, you will be certified to explore a whole new world, so why wait any longer?
We have our own training pool which we use for the first confined water session(s) until everyone is comfortable enough for the ocean. We take our time conducting the course and take student divers to beautiful sites all along the island. The course is taught in small groups with a maximum of 4 people and by professional instructors who care for the safety and fun of their student divers. We offer more personal attention, more fun and a real quality dive experience and education.
The course consist of three parts: knowledge development, 5 confined water sessions and 4 open water dives. The entire course takes 4-5 full days of diving and theory of which 1 day is self study. You can take the theory part either online or offline. The first option gives you the opportunity to already start your course back home, which will save you about 1 full day of study on Bonaire. If you decide to take your theory part here, you will receive all the necessary study material on the day you arrive. Count on a few evenings of studying before and during the course.
|Open Water Diver Course * Including dive gear and air *||$499|
Open Water Diver Course after eLearning
* Including dive gear and air *
* PADI eLearning registration fee not included *
|Open Water Diver Course Referral * Including dive gear and air *||$359|
“The instructor was calm, patient, thorough, clearly expert, and instilled a great sense of trust -- which is important for those of us who are completely new to this experience, and might (just maybe...) have been a little nervous about the whole thing! The instructor combined with the fact that the training dives were conducted at a number of different locations really made me feel confident in going out and enjoying lots of different sites after the training was completed. This could not have been a better experience, and I can't wait to go back!”