DRY SUIT DIVER

$200

Probably a better name for a dry suit might have been warm suit. Water pulls heat out of your bodies 20 times more efficiently than air, so staying warm means staying dry. With a dry suit, you can explore the ocean under a glacier, you can be comfortable on deep dives where pressures compress a wetsuit to the point of all but eliminating its ability to provide insulation, and you can go to your favorite dive spots in the winter. But diving in a sealed air space also presents challenges, and it’s important to be properly trained so that you can dive safely in a dry suit.

ARE YOU READY?

You have to be at least a Junior Open Water Diver

INCLUDED

All required student materials
One class session
One pool session
Two open water dives

YOU PROVIDE

Required scuba equipment
Dry suit
One dive trip

TIME ESTIMATES

You will need about a day and a half to complete this certification

STUDY | 2 hr
CLASSROOM | 3 hr
OW DIVES | 5 hr

COURSE OUTLINE

CONTACT ME

For everyone’s safety, AWSA has suspended all diving and dive training activities during the Corona Virus pandemic. We are eager to re-open, and we’re already planning several classes for our calendar! Please let us know what certifications you’re interested in and we will contact you when it’s safe to go diving again!Contact Me