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Mid Herts Divers
Scuba Diving and Snorkelling Club

We are British Sub Aqua Club branch 1784, based at the Hatfield Swim Centre. We welcome both trainee and experienced divers and snorkellers. Come dive with us!

Red Sea Liveaboard October 2022

October 10th, 2022

1. Dates: Monday 10th October 2022 to Monday 17th October 2022 (actually arrives  back 0110 Tuesday 18th) from/to Gatwick airport to Hurghada, Egypt. 2. Price £1693 per person all in including Egyptian visas & environmental taxes. Extras for those that want it would be Nitrox for £70, 15 litre cylinder, for £45, standard is  a 12 litre cylinder and trip insurance. This price ...

Making use of the extra hour when the clocks changed

October 25th, 2020

Today is the only day of the year we can dive Arlesey at 8 o’clock real time 7 o’clock. A nice morning, with plenty of blue sky for a dive with Darius Augustinsavicius. The dive plan was to survey the two huts and the pump unit. We went in at the slipway and headed south to the 6m platform, then swimming below the line to the 10m platform, from here we went east to the wall following the lake...

Plymouth Dive Weekend - October

October 12th, 2020

We got the call on the Thursday night to say the trip was going ahead. The UK had seen very wet and windy weather conditions in the wake of storm Alex, so we thought there was a high chance the skipper would call it off. Now it was on and I think we were all anticipating bad viz and potentially some diving in the sheltered areas around Plymouth. Plymouth Sound Most of the group drove down on Frid...

Trips Night - Planning for 2021 & 2022

October 2nd, 2020

Thanks to Simon, Richard and Clive for hosting the trips night on Wednesday. This is an important evening where we discuss potential dive destinations and is intended to get club members thinking about locations they want to go diving. We are also relying on club members to help organise trips, so if you have something in mind, please do put yourself forward! One destination that seemed popular wa...

Sam's first Sea Dive at Selsey

September 9th, 2020

I had my first sea dive as an Ocean Diver trainee in Selsey. I had to do a backwards roll off the rib to enter the water, which I was nervous to do at first. However, the skipper and my buddy reassured me and it was fine. The visibility was quite poor, however the use of torches allowed us to stick together. We saw a conga eel, and lots of other smaller fish. A noticeable difference from an inlan...