Dry Suit Diver

The dry suit insulates the body of the diver from the external aquatic environment, limiting the contact with water and the related heat loss of body, face and hands. The comfort and low heat dissipation of the suit limit both arising of fatigue and air consumption, extending the dive times.

To use a dry suit, you must attend a specific course in which you will learn how to manage, troubleshoot and plan the related diving.

To enrol this course you must be 10 years old and have obtained the PADI (Junior) Open Water Diver certification or higher. Once completed the course, you can expand your scuba diving education choosing among the many courses available, both related to the one completed and/or a specialty course.

For further details, please do not hesitate to contact us or visit the Web page of the PADI Dry Suit course.

Please note: If you want to attend this course you must have a dry suit and a good control of the buoyancy.