Adventure Diver / Advanced Open Water Diver  
To what depths do you want to take advanture?Underwater photography? Wreck discovery? Deep night exploration? Whether you just received your Open water certification or have hundreds of logged dives, the PADI Adventures In Diving program gives you the confidence, skills, experience and expertise to your diving to new lows - all under the guidance of a PADI Pro. In just one weekend you can become an Adventure Diver... or sign up for the complete program and become an Advanced Open Water Diver. How far will you take this diving thing? It's up to you. With PADI Speciality Diver Programs you can chart your course for a colorful collection of awesome dives. Sure your PADI certification opens up the oceans and lakes to you, but the PADI Speciality Dives take the underwater adventure to depths that will stir your soul. Achieving PADI Speciality ratings can take anywhere from as little as one day to a full weekend -  but this is all hands-on, so you'll be diving right from the start. Here's just a snapshot of the numerous speciality certification. Get five speciality ratings and you're on your way to becoming a PADI Master Scuba Diver.

  • AWARE Fish ID
    Become acquainted with local and tropical fish and aquatic life.
  • Deep Diver
    Reaching new levels opens a world of life forms that don't exist at
    shallower depths.
  • Enriched Air Diver
    Enrich your dive and bottom time with mixed gases.
  • Multilevel Diver
    Explore a wreck from bottom to top, dive a wall and see it all!
  • Night Diver
    Darkness falls and the most amazing creatures venture out. Why not be one
    of them?
  • Search & Recovery
    Challenge yourself and the underwater environments as you learn the essentials.
  • Underwater Photographer
    You're not just taking pictures. You're taking your adventures home with you.
  • Wreck Diver
    The Sea gives up its secrets as you experience history beneath the waves.
Plus, there's much more:
Altitude Diver - Boat Diver - Cavern Diver - Coral Reef Conservation - Diver Propulsion Vehicle - Drift Diver - Dry Suit Diver - Equipment Specialist -Ice Diver - Peak Performance Buoyanc - Research Diver - Semiclosed Rebreather Programs - Underwater Naturalist - Underwater Navigator - Underwater Videographer
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DAN stands for Divers Alert Network, or as it is familiarly known the 'diver's safety net' DAN was born in 1980 following the initiative of certain scientists and university professors of international standing, in the USA and in Italy, who had understood that the managing of a diving emergency requires a special knowledge, not commonly found as part of normal medical structures.