• Dry Suit Diver

Dry Suit Diver

Tired of being wet and cold after a dive? Want to stay warm even on very deep dives? Or are you interested in making the most of your certification by extending your dive season into earlier or later months? Then the PADI Dry Suit Diver specialty class is what you need!

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Dry Suit Diver

Expand your boundaries. Dive more places. The PADI Dry Suit specialty course will set you on your way to exploring new worlds you never imagined.

What the Course Covers

In the PADI Dry Suit Specialty course, you will learn how to safely dive a dry suit. In the classroom you will learn:

  • Proper care and maintenance of a dry suit
  • All the information in the PADI Dry Suit Diver manual.
  • How to properly don and doff a dry suit
  • What constitutes a properly fitted dry suit
  • How to prepare a suit for use

Whether you're looking to purchase your own dry suit or to rent one of ours, Aquatic Adventures can help you understand the various types of dry suits and what options are available. We will show you the latest seals, dry gloves, pockets, and zipper options to ensure you get the suit that meets your needs.

Then it’s off to the pool where you will get a chance to practice basic buoyancy skills. No more using the BCD underwater. We will show you how to hover using just your dry suit. We will practice dealing with stuck inflators, excessive air in the feet, and other safety-related situations.

Once you are comfortable with the new skills, it’s off to the lake where you will do two exciting dives in a dry suit. Here you will get a taste of what it is like to dive in dry suit under real conditions.

For more information on dry suit diving, we recommend you read the article Start Dry Suit Diving. This article discusses the advantages of dry suit diving and considerations on suit selection and options.


To take this class as a certified diver you must have:

Non-certified divers may enroll in this class provided they are currently in a PADI Open Water Diver course at Aquatic Adventures.

What’s Included in the Course Fee

Our course fee includes the following:

  • PADI Dry Suit Specialty eLearning home study program
  • One classroom session
  • One confined water session
  • Two open water dives
  • PADI Specialty certification fee
  • Use of dry suit, inflator hose, dry suit boots, fins, tanks, and weights

What’s Not Included

  • We do not include personal gear (mask, snorkel, boots, and fins) as you should have purchased these items during your Open Water Diver course. There is a student discount on purchasing these items when you buy from Aquatic Adventures if you do not own them. See our How to Purchase Mask, Snorkel, Fins page for more information or call us at (262) 938-6827.
  • We do not include basic life support equipment. If you do not own your own regulator or BCD, we do rent these items. Ask your training consultant at the time of registration what these rates will be. Standard rental rates can be found on this website on our Rent Scuba Equipment page.
  • We also do not include entrance fees to dive sites or Lake Michigan charter fees. Students are encouraged to book their Lake Michigan charter when registering for a class conducted on Lake Michigan. Boats do fill up and all spots are issued on a first come first served basis.

For more information on the benefits of taking PADI Specialty courses, see Frequently Asked Questions About Continuing Diver Education.

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