Aqautic Ventures

Drysuit Diving

Drysuit

Why, you might ask, would anyone in South Florida want to dive a drysuit? You would be surprised at the reasons. Among them:

  • People dive drysuits comfortably in water as warm as the upper 70s.
  • Even when the water is relatively warm, the air can be cold. Standing around in a wet wetsuit is no fun when the air is in the 50s or below.

Diving dry requires more in the way of knowledge and skill than diving wet does. Attempting to dive a drysuit without the proper training is actually dangerous, which is why you need training.

This $195 course generally takes just a single day and two dives. You can sign up in person, over the phone or online by clicking the button below. If you sign up online, you will still need to call to schedule your class.

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