PADI Dry Suit Diver Speciality Course

Description

Dry suits are used as an alternative to wet suits in colder conditions, rather than using a layer of heated water between the suit and the skin, a dry suit uses air contained within the suit, supplied from the cylinder and thick underclothing to provide insulation. The PADI Dry Suit Diver Speciality Course will enable the partipant to understand the techniques associated with Dry Suit Diving and in particular the effects on buoyancy control and managing air getting into the boots!

The course is offered as two dives, which will provide the participant with a PADI Speciality Accreditation or as one dive, offering a PADI Adventure Dive accreditation. The Adventure Dive can also be taken as one of the adventure dives in the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver / Junior Advanced Open Water Diver course.

 

All equipment is provided.

 

Age Range

Minimum age 10 years, parental approval is required for participants under 18 years old.

Prerequisites

PADI Open Water Diver / Junior Open Water Diver

Price

Please visit our price list page by clicking here

 

This course is provided free of charge if a new dry suit is purchased from Viewpoint Diving Cornwall at the time the course is booked.

Contact us to book or find out more


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Just a reminder that you need to contact us to book your slot if you still want to dive with us tomorrow.
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