Dry suit diver
(All courses are PADI and include basic diving equipment, diving insurance and certification fee)
Do you want to be warm in a dive? Then dive dry. Yes! Unlike a wet suit, a dry suit isolates you from the outside water and keeps you warm! Even in surprisingly cold water.
The fun part
Dry suits allow you to dive in harder and more challenging places, while extending your diving season or even letting it run out. When you wear the proper clothing and equipment to dive in cold water, you can fight the elements and benefit, generally, from the better visibility offered by the winter months, unlike what the rest of the non-divers think – especially at sites of Inland diving such as dams, lakes, sinkholes, underwater caves, etc … As a diver with a dry suit, you will be prepared and equipped to dive in some of the fantastic diving sites of the world in the coldest regions of the world where you can best enjoy of a dry suit even in its warmer months.
What will you learn?
Acquire all the knowledge and skills to dress safely, dive, remove and store the suit. Know the different types of suits so you can make a well informed decision if you decide to buy a dry suit. You’ll learn:
- Buoyancy control techniques and placement of the weights..
- Suit maintenance, storage, basic repairs & replacement of parts. In some suits it is possible
- Options of insulating underwear (wool or underwear of all kinds used).
- Prerequisite for certification: PADI (Junior) Open Water Diver or equivalent certification
- Minimum Age: 12
- Minimum training in confined waters: 1 dive
- Minimum open water training: 2 dives
Diving with drysuit is the specialty most demanded by divers who like to go down to the depths, because it is cooler down there. That is why this specialty is the ideal complement for the specialty PADI deep diving . Also for PADI wreck diving specialty course.