Of the exposure suit types available, the modern dry suit opens the door to comfortable diving in the coolest water - in some instances, you may be warmer diving than top side preparing to dive! Depending on where you are , a dry suit may mean the difference between a long comfortable dive and a short shivering one, or between diving year round versus only a few month in the warm season.
While the dry suit offers the most insulation, it does require you to learn special techniques you don't need with other exposure suits. But these aren't a big deal and most like most dry suit divers, you'll probably have fun learning them. And, the first time you try it, diving without getting wet is pretty cool. Well warm. You know what we mean.
The Dry suit diver course is designed to be an introduction to dry suit diving and help you as a diver to develop the skills, knowledge and techniques necessary for dry suit diving.
Must be at least 10 years old and have completed the Open Water Diver course. The first dive of this PADI Speciality Diver course may credit as an Adventure Dive twoard Advanced Open Water Diver certification.
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During this course, you will: