Advanced Open Water Diver Registration 2019
The London Skin and Scuba Club offers an ACUC Advanced Open Water Course in the spring of 2019. Interested students are expected to be Open Water certified. If not ACUC certified, pls contact Mike Mahon. The course can be started with at least 2 hours of bottom time, however, in order to receive the certification, at least 10 hours of bottom time or 20 dives are required. If these prerequisites are not met at the time of course completion, the student will be given an AOD certification at a later time once these requirements are fulfilled.

The course includes two theory nights (Dates and Location TBA). There will be a navigation portion which we will do in Innerkip (Date TBA). The night dive and wreck dive are scheduled to be in Tobermory (Dates TBA). The Tobermory dives are always subject to change pending weather conditions.

The cost of the course is CAD $200 but a deposit of CAD $100 is required. The remainder of the fee is to be paid on the first night of the theory course. You can pay your deposit with a major credit card after you have filled out the form below. Each student needs to be registered separately. If you cannot pay your deposit with a credit card, you can make a check payable to London Skin and SCUBA club and send to the Treasurer Simon Helsen

London Skin and SCUBA Club
Simon Helsen
256113 25th Line
Lakeside, ON

Call or email Michael Mahon if you have questions 519-660-9063 (

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