Tired of turning into an ice cube while diving? Would like to enjoy diving to deeper depths? Or would you simply like to extend your dive season? Diving in a drysuit is ideal when air temperatures are frigid, regardless of the water temperature (but that is nice as well). We’ll cover not only HOW to dive dry, but about the features of different drysuits, & their benefits & drawbacks.
The first time you go underwater in a drysuit, you will feel like it’s the first time you have ever dived. The sensation is completely new (being dry underwater), you have an extra buoyancy system to manage (the air in your drysuit) & you now have a “bubble” that moves anywhere from your shoulders to your feet. Most students get the hang of this fairly quickly, but you can expect your usually-amazing buoyancy to be a little weird at first.
Who this class is for:
Our Drysuit Course fee includes:
Please check our online calendar for a scheduled class before purchasing. You may be able to join an already scheduled course.
This class includes your online e-learning material, 3 in-water training sessions with a certified instructor, your certification card (C-Card) and the ability to wear a tuxedo while diving.
Dry Suit Course prerequisites: