WHY DIVE DRY? SIMPLY TO STAY WARMER!
No one said diving has to be cold or wet. Diving dry is the difference between withstanding the 50 to 70°F temperature of some waters to enjoy watching the graceful ballet of a sea lion or simply not diving at all. More often than not, in colder waters, dry suit diving can be the difference between experiencing multiple dives in one day or making one chilly wet suit dive and listening to others tell you about what you've missed. After all, this sport is supposed to be about having fun, not seeing who can tough it out. With a dry suit and the appropriate thermal insulation, you can dive warm and comfortable no matter what the water temperature is. Now that's what I call fun!
Dry suits are not just for professionals and advanced divers! Of course, those who know the most about diving and who are doing it most frequently will gravitate to the most efficient and most comfortable way to achieve the desired results.
Get certified for drysuit diving. We have several rental suits to fit most people
Includes one academic session & fitting, one pool session, and 2 training dives, manual and certification card, rental drysuit (subject to size /availability) and 2 airfills and round-trip travel to Catalina Island.
Select a date for your pool session and then the date for your 2 ocean dives in Catalina at the Marine Park in Avalon.
NOTE: We recommend your academic session & fitting be conducted prior to the pool session on Sunday of a "Class & Pool weekend" and a subsequent following Saturday or Sunday at Catalina Island for your 2 ocean dives. However, it does not have to be a consecutive weekend day for either of these sessions.