Congratulations to the first group of Wagor Marine Conservation Pioneers for successfully obtaining the PADI Advanced Open Water (AOW) certification, becoming advanced divers!
Following the completion of the Open Water (OW) certification last semester, the students continued to improve their skills during this semester's training, mastering more advanced diving techniques. AOW divers can dive deeper, engage in more diverse diving activities, and even experience the fun of diving at night.
The training included navigating straight lines and squares underwater using a compass, challenging boat dives and deep diving in Kenting Blue Hole, understanding the importance of buoyancy control, and learning how to inflate and deflate a BCD using the low-pressure inflator valve to achieve neutral buoyancy.
During the marine internship, the Wagor students took care of each other and demonstrated calmness during their first deep dive, behaving like professional divers. They encountered many beautiful marine creatures and deeply felt the importance of protecting nature and the beauty of the ocean.
Finally, thanks to the professional assistance of the ScubaCube instructors, the first group of Wagor Marine Conservation Pioneers successfully completed the course and obtained the PADI AOW certification. We hope that our students will continue to explore the deep sea with curiosity and passion!