Why PADI Dry Suit Diver?
If you want to see the spectacular and prolific aquatic life often found in colder water climates you'll need to stay warm and that means a dry suit. But, you want to be trained in proper techniques and this is where PADI Dry Suit Diver Specialty course comes in.
What do I need to start?
During your PADI Dry Suit Diver Specialty course, you'll not only cover the background knowledge related to dry suit diving, you'll get into confined water to put that theory into practice. Then, once you've mastered confined water, it's time for two open water dives and applying that knowledge, including dive planning, organisation, techniques, problems and buoyancy control.
How long will it take?
Recommended Course Hours: 24
At Divenut we include an evening pool orientation (confined water).
Minimum Open Water Training: 2 dives on one day
What will I need?
There is an optional Dry Suit Pak, which includes manual, video and log insert
Where can I go from here?
Your Adventures In Diving Dry Suit Adventure Dive may be count toward the Specialty course at instructor discretion. You may also count this Specialty certification toward one of the five required Specialties for the Master Scuba Diver Certification. If you want to get in the water, and want to use a dry suit, stop by Divenut to find out how you can experience the adventure.
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All equipment supplied
All study materials supplied
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Kids and Adults
Individual or group lessons
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Queens Park - Change in Opening Hours
From 11th August, Queen's Park is shutting at 8.30pm
Because of this we will need to meet at 6.30pm, not 7.00pm.
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Chesterfield Adventure Centre,
Tel. 01246 245408
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