Dry Suit Diving
"When the shows become longer, the days shorter and the water gets colder - then the time for Dry Suit Diving has come."
If you want to dive during the fall and winter in the colder climates, DRY SUIT DIVING is the course you should take. Visibility at these times of the year is usually excellent so it's a great time to get out there.
In your DRY SUIT DIVING program you will learn about the advantages of dry suit diving, different suits, valves, underwear and dry suit accessories.
During the 2 mandatory dives you will apply correct dry diving techniques and demonstrate the correct care and maintenance of a dry suit.
If you want to learn more about DRY SUIT DIVING, you can buy the manual or the DVD even if you don't want to sign up for the course.
- Why Dry Suits?
- Types of Dry Suits
- Dry Suit Valves
- Underwear Selection
- Dry Suit Accessories
- Dry Suit Techniques
- Maintenance of Dry Suits
- Dry Suit Repairs
The primary goal of any SSI Specialty course is to teach you important skills in a fun environment. All courses are taught using home study, short academic sessions, and in-water training.
Did you know: Combine other specialties while taking the DRY SUIT DIVING course! EQUIPMENT TECHNIQUES or WRECK DIVING are great add ons. The possibilities are limitless!