Learn dry suit diving in Iceland
Iceland is a beautiful and strange place to dive, presenting you with new experiences and considerations when taking the plunge.
Cold water diving requires a different set of skills than warm water. For instance, to be a competent dry suit diver you must be able to control your buoyancy, clear air from your feet, and remove your dry suit inflator hose and replace it.
DIVE.IS instructors have taught the PADI Dry Suit Course on an almost weekly basis for years. During the summer season we have both enough daylight and good weather to be able to run our standard one day Dry Suit Course, whilst guarenteeing you a course to the highest quality. This course also gives you the opportunity to complete at least one of your training dives in the beautiful Silfra.
The course is structured as follows:
- Theory and Knowledge Review
- Confined water session
- Two Open water dives with at least one in Silfra
During the Confined session your instructor will introduce you to diving in a drysuit, including donning, care, bouyancy control skills and emergency avoidance skills. You will then move on to your open water dive site where you will have to practice these skills again at a deeper depth and different environment.
The course has a maximum of three students per instructor, which gives each student the greatest individual attention. With training over a variety of dive sites this dry suit course provides a sturdy basis for all of the cold-water dives that you will undertake in the future.
Please note that participants are not allowed to bring any type of camera into the water on the course. This is prohibited by PADI standards.
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