- Great Blue Hole, Belize.
- Barracuda Point, Sipadan Island.
- Maaya Thila – South Ari Atoll, Maldives.
- Richelieu Rock, Thailand.
- Santa Rosa Wall, Cozumel.
- SS Thistlegorm Wreck, Egyptian Red Sea.
- SS Yongala Wreck – Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
- 1000 Steps, Bonaire.
What is the difference between PADI and SSI?
The biggest difference is the teaching methodology. In PADI, you need to complete a set order to meet their standards and pass the course while SSI allows slightly more flexibility for students to grow in confidence by completing other skills first. Both agencies offer e-learning options as well as a printed manual.
Is PADI better than NAUI?
Either one will do just fine. If you are a more practical, hands-on kind of diver, then NAUI would be better, but if you would love to dive your way around the world, PADI is perfect. Either way, you will come out the other end as a certified and safe diver.
How deep can you go with PADI Open Water?
PADI Open Water Diver: Maximum Depth. – Open Water Divers can plan and execute dives with a certified buddy or dive professional to a maximum depth of 18 meters/60 feet. – Scuba Divers may only dive under the direct supervision of a PADI Professional (an Instructor) to a maximum depth of 12 meters/40 feet.