Learn to Dive Dry!

Unlike wetsuits, drysuits are filled with air. During your drysuit course, your instructor will teach you how to control the air in your drysuit along with your buoyancy. You’ll also learn about different types of drysuits, basic drysuit repairs and maintenance.

During one pool session and two open water dives, you’ll learn how to comfortably and confidently dive in a drysuit. An experienced instructor will help you dial in your buoyancy and shorten the learning curve.

What you can expect to learn

  • Avoid common drysuit diving problems
  • Choose a drysuit and undergarments
  • Care for your drysuit

Course Equipment Requirements

In addition to basic scuba gear, you will need to own or rent a drysuit. Investing in your own scuba equipment for the course will help you become comfortable with how it works and the best way to maintain it.


Course Prerequisites

Age Requirement:

10 years or older

Course Prerequisites:

Most divers enroll in the PADI Dry Suit Diver specialty course after earning their Open Water Diver certification, but in some areas, it’s necessary for divers to complete their Open Water course in a drysuit.

If you’re interested in using a drysuit during your Open Water Diver course, talk to your instructor. To earn the drysuit specialty certification, you’ll need to make one additional dive after your Open Water Diver certification. Ask your instructor for more information.


How do I get Started?

You’ll practice taking your drysuit on and off, determine how much weight you need, and master basic drysuit skills in a pool before making two open water dives.


How long will this take?

Entire course: 2-3 days


How much is the course?

300.00


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