The water temperatures around New Zealand vary substantially.
Using a drysuit can eliminate this chill and allow you to complete more dives a day, all year round, in total comfort. They also don't "shrink" like wetsuits are prone to do, offering a looser fit which makes donning and doffing much easier.
The course includes:
- The planning, organisation, procedures, techniques, problems and hazards of dry suit diving
- Proper procedures for buoyancy control
- Ascent and descent technique training
- Routine, user-level, preventative maintenance and performance checks on dry suits.