Dry suits can make diving more enjoyable any time water temperatures drop below the mid 70s — and are essential in water below 60°F, or when depths approach 100 feet and beyond. Dry suits open the door to activities such as deeper wreck diving and ice diving, and can extend your diving season well beyond just the warmest months of the year.
Safely using dry suits, however, requires special training. That’s where the Just Add Water Dry Suit Diver specialty course comes in.
Among the many things you will learn as part of this program:
Students must meet the following prerequisites:
The course consists of two parts:
Except as noted, classroom sessions take place either at our Willoughby or Fairview Park locations. The pool session is held at the same time and place as our regular Saturday beginning course pool dives. Locally conducted open-water training dives generally take place at White Star Quarry.
Starting and ending times, as well as dates and times for pool and open-water training, will vary by location.
The course fee is $345 and includes:
Proper equipment is essential for your safety & comfort while scuba diving. While we do have an extensive rental department please be aware that the safest and most comfortable way to dive is in your own total diving system. If you do not already own these items, please stop by Just Add Water to be educated on the different styles and what will work best for your diving habits. Being professionally fitted, (especially for your scuba mask) is essential. Your comfort and safety are of upmost importance to us at Just Add Water. We will do everything we can to make sure you are comfortable in your gear and enjoying your scuba experiences to the fullest. If you have questions about specific equipment requirements for this course, please contact Just Add Water.
Just call or visit either Just Add Water location.