Average water temperatures for scuba in Pattaya are 29° Celsius.
This section for drysuit diving is primarily for information because we do not regularly conduct drysuit diving in Thailand.
Nonetheless, we can offer the PADI Drysuit Diver Specialty Certification in Pattaya by using some modified dry suit (foil crisp packet) equipment to meet the course requirements.
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Prerequisite: PADI Open Water Diver (or qualifying certification)
✔ Personalised tuition from a private scuba instructor
✔ Free rental of scuba gear and drysuit dive equipment
✔ Two ocean scuba training dives (pool sessions if required)
✔ Pattaya hotel transfers, food, and soft drinks on board the boat
✔ PADI Drysuit Diver Certification Card and Dry Suit Diving Specialty Manual
Surprisingly, drysuits are useful for many dive sites. A dry suit is necessary when ice or altitude diving. Many technical divers wear drysuits on almost every dive due to the length of the time they spend underwater.
You need more thermal protection the longer you are in the water. Check out the Discover Tec Diving experience if this type of specialised scuba interests you.
PADI Drysuit Diver Specialty Certifications can also credit towards the top rating in recreational diving, the PADI Master Scuba Diver.
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Unlike scuba wetsuits, drysuits seal the diver from the surrounding cold water helping to keep you warm while submerging in cold water environments. A drysuit helps you meet the challenge of diving in extremely cold water such as inland caves, quarries, lakes, sinkholes, underneath ice, and during Northern European winters.
The drysuit diver is equipped to explore some of the cooler dive sites around the world where even using a 7mm wetsuit would not be possible. The course requires a confined water drysuit training session for divers who have never used one before. This is to orient you to dry suit diving prior to making the two required training dives in the open water environment.