Dry Suit Diver
While dry suits were once used almost exclusively for situations such as ice diving or deep wreck diving, many sport divers are now using dry suits regularly for every day recreational dives all over the world. Perhaps you live in a cold-water climate or want to travel to one? If so, the Dry Suit Diver course is for you!
The Dry Suit Diver course will give you a basic knowledge and skills needed to minimize risks and gain experience in dry suit diving, as well as train you to properly use and maintain your dry suit.
NAUI Scuba Diver certification or the equivalent is required for enrollment – or your NAUI instructor can teach you both courses in combination so you can be comfortable and warm from your very first open water dive.
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What is not included: Food, lodging, transportation (we carpool when we can), and dive site fees (ranges from $55 to $70).