3-day PADI Open Water dive course
Includes 2-day Island Camp/Dive Safari, Coral Gypsy
This 3-day dive course includes one full day of pool and classroom instruction, followed by two one-day dive trips.
We like the fact that this course is kept small, no more than 8 students, and is usually a mix of locals and visitors,
This course includes dives aboard Coral Gypsy, a 38 foot Mono Hull with a maximum of 8 student divers. The dive trip included in the course is for 3 days, 2 nights, and allows 5 dives.
The RadDive II is a boat that's perfectly suited to it's purpose. This 13 Metre (40-foot) boat is outfitted for the diving and camping safaris and dive courses that Remote Area Dive leads in the Pam Island group.
She's nothing fancy, just a fast boat that rides cleanly in the water and makes for easy diving. We like the full-length shade, the ladder that let's sun-seekers bask on the top to catch the rays. The low sides and stern of the boat makes entrances and exits from the water.
This boat also carries a zodiac, which is also used to get to the less easily accessed dive sites.
all course materials (with Snorkel price only)
PADI e-Learning module (with Snorkel price only)
wetsuit (with Snorkel price only)
4 training dives (with Snorkel price only)
lodging and meals not provided for 1st course day (with Snorkel price only)
2-day Island Camp/Dive Safari (with Snorkel price only)
all dive gear (with Snorkel price only)
mask, Snorkel, Fins (with Snorkel price only)
transfers to and from your Townsville lodging (with Snorkel price only)
Environmental Management Charge (with Snorkel price only)
all meals (with Snorkel price only)
|All prices are in
|| 27 Feb 19 - 4 Jul 20
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|lodging and meals not provided for 1st course day
|dive medical fee (not required if in good health)
About Remote Area Dive
Remote Area Diving was founded by two longtime friends and PADI dive instructors back in 2000. Much like DiveTheReef.com, the initial plan was to enjoy life, and maybe get to go diving for free, but after a couple of years, a formula of combining great diving, qualified instruction, small group sizes, and camping on remote tropical islands proved to be a great product, and the company has been busy ever since.
Amongst the friendly experienced dive professionals at RAD there are two registered nurses and a qualified chef; you can be sure that you are in expert hands in all aspects of their service!