Aqualung Hooded Seavest


The Aqualung Hooded Seavest is a popular accessory to provide additional warmth to any of our wetsuits, and comes in a combination of 4/6 mm thickness. Made with various thicknesses of Super-stretch neoprene to provide maximum insulation in high heat-loss areas.


The Aqualung Hooded Seavest is a 4/6mm neoprene vest to wear underneath your wetsuit.

The hood is made from 6mm neoprene to keep your head warm, which is important as your head holds 25% of your body’s warmth! The skin-in-face seal on the hood is 3mm neoprene that has been specifically designed for easy trimming. The hood also has a bubble vent to allow air to escape wihtout causing discomfort or water to enter the vest.

The torso of the Aqualung Hooded Seavest is 4mm high-stretch neoprene, to add warmth but maintain flexibility. With glued and blind-stitched, the vest remains sealed, reducing water flow and ultimately increasing warmth.

Sizing of the seavest for women is a little odd – the sizes are australian women’s sizing 5-6, 7-8, 9-10, 11-12.

The Seavest is also available in 1.5mm, only in men’s sizes on special order. If you were interested in the 1.5mm variating, get in contact and we’ll see what we can do.

Check out the Aqualung Aquaflex 5mm Wetsuit. Using Aquaflex neoprene, this wetsuit is high stretch and great quality!

Proudly family owned, Mike and Deb have run Jetty Dive Centre since 1996. Our team has developed extensive knowledge in the products we stock, as we’re out diving with them! If you have any questions or would like a personal recommendation, feel free to contact us anytime. We’d be happy to help you out any way we can!

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Jetty Dive Centre Dive Shop is at 398 Harbour Drive, Coffs Harbour, NSW 2450. This is where you begin your experiences with us! All Scuba Dives and Snorkelling must check-in before moving to departure point.


All our boats leave from the Public floating pontoon wharf opposite the “Attitude Burgers “ building.

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