PADI Dry suit diver
The PADI Dry suit diver course extends your diving opportunities, like deeper and longer dives (think about technical diving, diving in the winter or in colder environments.
Proper dry suit training will enhance your skills and make the transition to dry suit diving fun and easy and best of all, you stay warm and dry!
Requirements for Dry suit diver
- You must be, minimum age of 12 years.
- Certified as a PADI (Jr.) Open water diver or equivalent.
What does the PADI Dry suit diver cost?
€ 199* Included Taxes and:
- 2 dives
- Dry suit diver certification
* The price of € 199 is only valid when you use our online booking. Standard Dry suit diver price is 219 euro.
PADI Dry suit diver program
During the eLearning you gain the knowledge how to don, doff and store a dry suit. Get introduced to the different types of dry suits, undergarment and how to maintain them.
You learn also about the possible problems that you can encounter while you are diving a dry suit.
The practical part what include confined water and 2 open water dives is focused on how to use your dry suit, you make different exercises including dry suit buoyancy and trim.
Dry suit diver – what will I need?
All you need is your swimsuit, towel, minimum required diving certificate, logbook, dry suit and dive insurance.
The use of Scubapro dive equipment is included in the course price.
To participate the student needs to bring his/her own dry suit. If you don´t have your dry suit we have a few dry suits available for rent, contact us for availability and size.
How long will it take?
The complete course takes 1 day.
1. An excellent choice should be to combine the Dry suit diver course with our Xtend on TB Trim and Buoyancy training, if you choose for this option and you book online we will offer the Dry suit diver course for the special price of 159 euro.
2. If you need our pick-up service, please contact us about the possibilities.
3. *The eLearning fee is non-refundable in case of cancellation.
Flying After Diving guidelines say:
Divers should not ascend to a high altitude after single no-decompression dives, a minimum pre-flight surface interval of 12 hours is suggested. Whenever possible, wait 24 hours.
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