When the days get shorter, the water becomes cooler so now is the time to try Dry Suit Diving.
If you want to dive in autumn and winter in colder waters, you should take the dry suit diving course. Visibility at these times of the year is normally excellent, so it is a good time to go diving.
In the dry suit diving course you will learn the advantages of dry suit diving, different suits, valves, underwear and accessories for the dry suit. During the 2 mandatory dives you will apply the proper techniques of dry suit diving and you will demonstrate the correct care and maintenance of the dry suit.
If you want to learn more about the speciality of dry suit diving, you just have to enrol in the course.
- Why a Dry Suit?
- Types of Dry Suits
- Dry Suit Valves
- Choosing Underwear
- Dry Suit Accessories
- Dry Suit Techniques
- Dry Suit Maintenance
- Dry Suit Repairs
The main objective of any SSI Speciality course is to teach you the most important techniques in a fun environment. All courses are taught with theoretical classes and training in the water.
- Minimum 15 years of age
- Open Water Diver
- Valid Medical certificate less than 12 months old
- 2 dives