PADI Dry Suit Course – Why Should You Do It?

Some people think that UK divers are mad, especially like today when we are diving in 5 degree water temperatures. However what they don’t always appreciate that learning to dive in a dry suit means that you can dive in pretty much all weather conditions.

Scott and Ryan are still fairly new to diving but today they are embarking on their first ever dry suit dive at Wraysbury with their Instructor Ian. The dry suit means that their skin doesn’t come in to contact with the water and a warm undersuit (a bit like a sleeping bag with arms and legs) keeps you nice and toasty.

We offer good discounts if you combine your dry suit course with any other PADI course such as the open water and advanced open water course.

Good luck to Scott and Ryan, on cold days like today the water tends to be clearer and there are less divers to get in the way!

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