The average water temperature in the Caribbean Sea is 27°C (80°F), and because of the tropical climate the variance is only a few degrees throughout the year. For most divers, diving is comfortable year-round in a 3mm shorty wetsuit and this is the most commonly rented wetsuit at local dive operators.
Do I need a wetsuit to dive in Jamaica?
A 3mm shorty should be fine for scuba diving in Jamaica during the winter months. If you tend to get cold, you might want to wear a full wetsuit. Visibility usually averages around 70-100 feet, although days over 100 ft. are not all that uncommon when you are scuba diving Jamaica.
Do you need a wetsuit to dive in Aruba?
Depending on your tollerance for cold, you can get by without a wetsuit in Aruba if you’re only doing a couple of dives a day. If you plan on doing multiple dives over multiple days, you probably want a 3mm shorty as a minimum. The 3/4 full suit might not be a bad option.
Do you have to have a wetsuit to dive?
You don’t “have” to wear a wetsuit to scuba dive, but unless the water is warm enough to be comfortable in without it, you’ll be too cold and will use up you air more quickly.
Do I need a wetsuit to dive in Cozumel?
Do We Need Wetsuits in Cozumel? As a general rule, yes, most of us do. Cozumel is a really nice warm place to vacation and a nice and warm place to dive.
How is diving in Jamaica?
Jamaica is a great place to learn to scuba dive, mainly because there are many reefs you can explore which aren’t excessively deep. Maize reef is one of these. This reef is fascinating because of the way divers can navigate in and out, and even around the reef for a wider perspective.
How deep is the water off Aruba?
The water is never deeper than 1.5m (5 ft.), and the powdery sand is friendly to bare feet.
Can you shore dive in Aruba?
Shorediving is not very much done on Aruba and that is a shame since it’s so beautifull. We do more shore diving than boat diving. In the first place we do this because it is an excellent and very safe way to take a dive after a (long) period of not diving.
How much does it cost to scuba dive in Aruba?
|CERTIFIED DIVERS||OWN EQUIPMENT||RENTAL EQUIPMENT|
|1 tank dive (afternoon)||USD 79||USD 100|
|3 day (6 dive) package||USD 268||USD 372|
|4 day (8 dive) package||USD 336||USD 453|
|5 day (10 dive) package||USD 393||USD 541|
Do you need a wetsuit in Bonaire?
Although the water temperature in Bonaire is comfortably warm, we do advise wearing a thin wetsuit while diving. Please know it is prohibited to wear gloves. If you don’t have your own dive gear, don’t worry: VIP Diving offers a full range of rental gear!
Do you need a wet suit in Florida?
As we get in to our colder seasons here in Florida, wearing a wetsuit while diving is necessary as water temperatures drop about 10 to 15 degrees. … For the northern region where water and air temperatures get much colder, a 5mm or possibly even a 7mm would be an ideal wetsuit.