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AOW in Cabo?

Discussion in 'Mexico' started by gwold, Jan 30, 2014.

  1. gwold

    gwold Registered

    # of Dives: I just don't log dives
    Location: Bucks County, PA, USA
    6
    0
    I'll be in Cabo for a week at the end of March, and would like to get my AOW. What're your recommendations on that--trainer/shop, doing the eLearning early versus classroom on-site, etc? TIA
     
  2. Baja Dive

    Baja Dive Contributor

    # of Dives: I'm a Fish!
    Location: Cabo San Lucas
    349
    13
    Hi

    Great to hear you are looking at continuing your diving to the Advanced open water course.

    Which learning method is definitely a good question to ask. First depending on how much time and how much reading you want to do when you get down to Cabo, you don't have to actually read the entire book you will pick 3 dive specialities that you would like to do on top of the Deep and Navigation mandatory dives and you will of course need to read the main course content.

    Otherwise the eLearning is a great way to shorten the course as all the knowledge reviews and reading will be all out of the way before you get here.

    The course consists of 5 dives and the best part no exam.

    If you would like anymore information please email me on the address below.

    Kind Regards
    Charlotte (Charlie)
     
  3. cbl

    cbl Registered

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada
    14
    14
    There also is a shop with their own pool which is great for training. You can spend as much time in the pool with your gear on as you like. It is called Nautilus Dive Tech. It isn't right on the marine, but only a 5 minute walk away.


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