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I am not overly familiar with sailing dry suits but they cannot be the same as a scuba dry suit. A SCUBA dry suit very much restricts your mobility and just would not work sailing. However you could go with a wet suit, some of which we call semi-dry as they have water tight cuffs etc.

I used my bottom half the "farmer johns" when racing on a friends soling.

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The sailing drysuits are like this one—similar ones are used for kayaking: LINK


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Also known as a "tropical" dry suit......Dead thread revived by a spammer.
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