The dry suits seals you off from the cold waters keeping you comfortable and dry.
Some of the most amazing dive sites are set in cold waters much like our Mola Mola dives in Bali where temperatures can drop to a chilling 15 degrees Celsius.
If you are 10 years old with a minimum certification of PADI Junior Open Water, you qualify for applying to this PADI specialty in Bali.
What will you learn ?
Like any other course, we will begin with theory discussing about different styles of dry suits, undergarments and how a dry suit changes our scuba diving compared to a standard wet suit. We will proceed to dry suit maintenance, seal replacements and other notions important for your dry suit.
The specialty includes a total of 2 open water dives and 1 pool dive combine with class-room theory in two days during which you will learn about:
- How to put on and off your dry suit with minimal assistance
- Mastering buoyancy
- Safety guidelines when diving with a dry suit
- Other specific elements related to the dry suit
- Professional PADI Instructor
- PADI registration fees
- Transfer to dive sites
- Boat rental
- Equipment rental
- Dive insurance
- Hotel Transfer to/from dive center in areas Sanur, Kuta and Seminyak
- Towels, snacks, lunch, water/soft drink
- Certified PADI Adventure Diver ( or equivalent )
- Be at least 10 years old