News from the club

Places left on the MV Maureen diving Dartmouth and Plymouth

May 4th, 2008

For those not able to attend the Club Holiday to Sark this yeaar, this is a great opportunity to do some diving closer to home. The trip runs from Sat 21st June to Monday 23rd June (3 days). The Maureen of Dart was originally a Scottish drifter.  The boat has a spacious deck with a purpose built kitting up bench to allow 12 divers to kit up in comfort.  A wide stable ladder pro...

Ian Juniper, Harlow Sub-Aqua Club

April 25th, 2008

We are sad to announce the recent death of Ian Juniper from Harlow Sub-Aqua Club who was an Advanced Instructor and BS-AC member for more than 30 years and who Instructed on numerous BS-AC Eastern Region Skills Development courses, particularly Compressor Operation & Management, Oxygen Administration, Lifesaver, AED Training, Dive Planning & Management, Boathandling and Diver Coxswain cour...

Club Holiday - Red Sea Wrecks & Reefs Liveaboard

April 22nd, 2008

Where<BR>The Northern Red Sea from Sharm el Sheikh When<BR>Thurs&nbsp;23rd April to&nbsp;Thurs&nbsp;30th&nbsp;April 2009<BR>(May Day Bank Holiday is the following weekend 2nd to 4th May 2009)<BR> Operator<BR>Tony Backhurst Scuba Ltd aboard MY Whirlwind How Much<BR>£805.50 (BS-AC members) + £ 10 visa plus Insurance Prices exclude insurance but include airport taxes, transfers, meals and all ...

1st UK Sea trip of 2008 – The Briggita and the Outer Mulberry

March 31st, 2008

Clive has organised a Club Trip to the South Coast&nbsp; for Sunday 13thApril using the Wittering Divers RIB Deep Blue II and diving on the wrecks of the Briggita (also known as The Teapot) and the Outer Mulberry. This is an easy start to UK sea diving this year with the wrecks being at 18 and 11 metres respectively and following last years very enjoyable dives using Wittering Divers and the Big ...

Join BSAC & MCS on our 'Marine Reserves Now' march

March 31st, 2008

BSAC and the Marine Conservation Society&nbsp;(MCS) are campaigning for the creation of a network of vital Marine Reserves - where our precious marine heritage and wildlife will be safe from harm, giving nature room to breathe and recover from decades of exploitation. Together we have now collected 100,000 signatures in support of our 'Marine Reserves Now' campaign, which will be handed over durin...