The water temperature will not always be 20 degrees or more. If you want to dive comfortably even in colder waters‚ use a dry suit. Learn how to use one by enrolling yourself to a PADI Dry Suit Diver course with Evasioni Blu Diving Resort in Ustica and Isola delle Femmine (Palermo‚ Sicily).
PADI Dry Suit Diver Program
What you will learn during your PADI Dry Suit Diver course:
- The various types of wetsuits and drysuits and underwear and how to treat them
- Procedures and techniques for diving with a dry suit
- Possible problems with diving with a dry suit and how to solve them
- Maintenance and minor repairs of a dry suit
- How to control buoyancy with a dry suit
The PADI Dry Suit Diver course is divided into three main parts:
- Knowledge development (individual and classroom study)
- A pool dive to learn the skills for the use of a dry suit
- Two dives in open water to practice the skills of diving with a dry suit
PADI Dry Suit Diver Prerequisites
(Junior) Open Water Diver
Credit/Certification PADI Dry Suit Diver
By completing your course you will receive your PADI Dry Suit Diver specialty certification. Some dive centers and some dive sites require a Dry Suit Diver license to dive in cold waters. This certification can be credited as an adventure dive for your PADI Adventure Diver or PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course.
Learning has never been easier!
Sign up for the PADI Dry Suit E-learning course‚ to have immediate access to the manual and to the videos intergrated in a single guide for online learning‚ or contact us to sign up directly at Evasioni Blu Diving Resort in Ustica and Isola delle Femmine (Palermo‚ Sicily).