PADI Dry Suit Diver Specialty in Bali

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Some of the most amazing dive sites are set in cold waters. For the Mola Mola dives in Bali temperatures can drop to a chilling 15 degrees Celsius where a simple wetsuit is not enough.

Learn a new way of diving with the dry suit diver specialty in Bali

The dry suits seals you off from the cold waters keeping you comfortable and dry inside. Being dry combined with some thermal clothing underneath the suit, cold temperatures are easier to manage. 

What Will You
Learn ?

The dry suit specialty course begins with knowledge development, discussing about different styles of dry suits, undergarments and how a dry suit changes our scuba diving compared to a standard wetsuit. We will proceed to equipment maintenance, seal replacements and other elements important for your dry suit.
The specialty includes a total of one confined water dive and two open water dives combining class-room theory and skill development 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
If you have completed your PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course,
the drift dive applies as credit for the PADI Dry Suit Diver Specialty.
Also, the first dive of this PADI Specialty Diver course may credit as an Adventure Dive toward your Advanced Open Water Diver certification
– ask your instructor about earning credit.

Flexible pricing that includes all your specialty necessities

Our price includes: PADI registration, boat rental, full set equipment rental, transfer to dive sites, towels, homemade snacks, drinks and lunch.
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Dry Suit Specialty price
For a single student joining a specialty PADI Instructor in a group of maximum 3 students or privately for free if available.
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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, Seminyak, Jimbaran and Nusa Dua
Towels, snacks, lunch, water/soft drink
Certified PADI Open Water Diver (or equivalent)
Be at least 10 years old

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes you can with a private one day course
The PADI Dry Suit Diver course is ideal for a one day adventure with private diving logistics in Bali.

Beginning in the morning with class-room theory, equipment introduction and pool training, we will finish the day with two afternoon open water dives in either Padang Bai or Tulamben.
Yes you can combine with certain PADI courses or Specialties
Yes it is possible to combine the PADI Dry Suit Diver Specialty with other PADI Courses or Specialties. 

Please contact us to plan your private courses and specialties and to learn more about combinations between them.
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