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Croatia in June - wetsuit?

Discussion in 'General Europe' started by Pedro1234, Apr 24, 2019.

  1. Pedro1234

    Pedro1234 Garibaldi

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    Hi All,

    This year in June I will be diving first time in Croatia.
    Now I am diving in cold water in Poland . Using Bare CD4 drysuit. Before that I had semidry Tribord 7mm.

    What do you think? CD4 drysuit is too warm for diving in Croatia? I think so.
    Should I buy some 5mm or 7mm wet overall?
    What water temp should I expect in June?

    Thanks for help.
    Cheers,
    Pedro
     
  2. ja_som_tomo

    ja_som_tomo Garibaldi

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    Location: Slovakia
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    Hi,

    Water temperatures in May/June are roughly 20°C on the surface, 15°C in 30 meters.
    For someone used to dive in exotic locations it may be cold, but if you are used to dive in cold waters in Poland, 7mm wetsuit, gloves and hood will be enough.

    Tomas
     
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  3. Pedro1234

    Pedro1234 Garibaldi

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    Hi.
    That's what I thought :)
    Thanks for answer.
     
  4. xmass-Eve

    xmass-Eve Barracuda

    # of Dives: 2,500 - 4,999
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    I dive the whole summer in dry suit or 12mm in the Mediterranean... but I am always cold anyway...
     
  5. matjazr

    matjazr IDC Staff Instructor

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    if u will dive in wrecks down to 40m, brind dry suit....17°C usualy :wink:=
     

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