Similarly, during the open water scuba course, you will also conduct 6 ocean dives, but with a paced approach. You'll perform one dive each day when you head to the ocean. This deliberate scheduling offers several benefits. It allows for more focused attention on each dive, ensuring a thorough understanding of the underwater environment and the opportunity to fine-tune skills.By doing one dive per day, you have time to process the experience, reflect on any challenges or learning points, and discuss them with your instructor. This reflection period enables you to approach the next dive with a fresh mindset and a greater readiness to apply what you've learned.Overall, this method of spacing out the ocean dives promotes a safer and more enjoyable learning experience, as it minimizes fatigue and information overload while maximizing knowledge retention and skill development throughout the course.