Diving with a drysuit makes that underwater experience even more intense. By keeping dry under the water and on the surface, you are warmer and more comfortable from start to finish—and that enhances the dive tremendously. Drysuit diving is the norm for advanced and technical divers, whether for cold water or for multiple dives in temperate waters. And no matter what the diver’s level, a drysuit is imperative for all real cold water diving. Drysuit diving lets you dive all year-round, anywhere on the globe, in total comfort and safety. Drysuit divers are not only seen in frozen lakes or in northern seas, they are also common in the Red Sea and the Mediterranean: even in warm water, conducting 3 or 4 dives a day, the body feels the difference. Drysuit diving is synonymous with protection. Thermal protection is the priority feature but a drysuit also shields a diver from polluted waters, sharp edges in wrecks or coral-cuts. Drysuits come in two main styles: membrane and neoprene. Drysuits offer warmth, comfort, and durability.