As a dry suit diver, you can dive all year, in cold waters and still stay warm. This type of diving opens up a world of opportunities including diving remote Arctic destinations and cold-water dive sites teeming with life, which otherwise wouldn’t be possible. Dry suit diving is also a great way to keep warm on multi-dive days when you don’t want to spend your time getting in and out of a cold wetsuit. The SSI Dry Suit Diver Specialty program is the best way to become a dry suit diver and teaches you all the knowledge and techniques you need to safely and comfortably dive in a dry suit. You’ll learn how to use specialized equipment, like dry suits and BCs, the benefits of dry suits and how to deal with dry suit emergencies – which are unique to this type of diving. Upon completion, you’ll earn the SSI Dry Suit Diving Specialty certification.