Age + 18 YRS
Duration 1 DAY
Price €160

Are your waters cold? Want to stay warmer and comfortable for longer? Want to extend the scuba season? Diving dry is the best way!

Who should take this course?

Divers wishing to extend their dive season, and those who feel uncomfortable in colder temperatures during the winter months. For those divers, this specialty course is just right, the dry suit will mainly seal you off from the cold, making diving more comfortable. Staying warm is also a safety factor that becomes very important whilst diving in cold water. Anybody who loves diving during the colder months of the year or even divers who enjoy ice diving, diving with a dry suit is a must!

What will you learn?

During this course, you will learn and

  • Gain knowledge of how to put on a dry suit and remove it
  • Skills to improve buoyancy control whilst diving with a dry suit
  • The procedures of safe diving when using a dry suit
  • The maintenance of a dry suit, basic repairs and storage
  • Learn more about the different types of dry suites
  • Dealing with excess gas in feet using emergency roll drill

What scuba gear you will use?

  • Basic scuba diving equipment
  • Dry suit and undergarment if required (drysuit/undergarment must be your own)

What learning material do you require?

The PADI Dry Suit Manual


  • Participants must be10 years of age, or older
  • Minimum PADI (Junior) Open Water Diver or equivalent from another training agency
  • Participants under the age of 18 years must have parent or guardian consent
  • Complete a diver medical questionnaire declaring you are in good physical health


One day

  • One knowledge development session
  • Two open water dives, plus a confined water session

Cost €160.00

  • Includes PADI Manual and certification
  • Includes transport to and from dive site
  • Excluding DRYSUIT. Divers must bring their own suit or purchase one from DiveSMART
  • Includes standard Equipment

What is your next step?

Are you always the one to end your dive before the others due to feeling cold or uncomfortable? Then enroll in this course now at

Diving with a Dry Suit will affect your buoyancy, DiveSMART recommends enrolling in a PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Specialty Course prior to the dry suit course.

Check out the PADI Master Scuba Diver rating, with five specialties you can join this highly-rated scuba diver level.

Remember, the first dive of this PADI Dry Suit Specialty course may credit as an Adventure Dive towards your Advanced Open Water Diver certification – ask your PADI Instructor about earning credit.

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