This certification will expand your knowledge and experience, as well as teach you to consider not only your own safety while diving but that of others as well. You will learn how to prevent risk situations and how to manage a possible emergency whilst diving. Safety is paramount when diving, so it is essential to know what to do in case of a potentially dangerous situation.
If you are an open water diver, you have 40 registered dives and you can perform CPR and first aid maneuvers , you can now take your Rescue Diver Certification.
Day one – Academic session
Day two – Confined water session
Day three – Cancun open water diving – 2 tanks
Day four – 2 tanks diving in Cancun
Aquaworld in Cancún, México. Boulevard Kukulcan km. 15.2
Be between 15 and 65 years old
Provide proof of current CPR, first aid and oxygen provider certification
Present their Advanced Open Water Certification
Not included in the course:
Photos and videos
Reef preservation fee ($15usd per person) – this is a 1 time fee – do not remove your wristband to avoid a second payment on day two.