We run a large number of varying events throughout the year to suit all abilities and interests of our club members. These do not only include dive trips, training, and special development courses, but also social events so that partners and family can enjoy the club too. So, as well as a week exploring the wrecks of the south coast and a Friday night dip at Gildenburgh Water, you can also enjoy a summer BBQ or punting evening along the Cam.We try to vary our trips and activities throughout the year, so if there is anything you would like to suggest and/or organise, we are very open to new ideas and places to explore.Below are details of some of the upcoming events. Please visit our forum for latest details on each event. The SISAC Event Sidebar (to the right)has clickable links.

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Event and Trip Information

Plymouth – April 17 
Summer Isles – The Summer Isles are located off the west coast of Scotland.  This is remote diving in crystal clear water. For information about the Summer Isles visit the links below.  Divers will travel to Ullapool via Inverness.

Summer Isles Information

Diving in the Summer Isles

Contact: Steve Marriott

Weymouth – July 17
Diving off Weymouth – a full weekends diving off various wrecks to a depth of 35m

Contact: Sarah Millar

Dive Sites around Weymouth

Northern Ireland – August
The club are intending to dive off Rathin Island off the noth coast of Ireland.  There are a number of shallow wrecks, walls and reefs to dive.  This trip is open to Sport Diver with a maximum depth range of 35m.  Fantastic accommodation in Ballycastle plus visits to the Giant’s Courseway.  Cylinders can be hired free of charge should divers wish to fly into Belfast which is around 45 minutes away.  Alternatively, divers will catch a ferry from Liverpool and share transport.

Further information

Contact: Keith Cairey

Plymouth – Sept 17 
Discovery Divers (www.discoverydivers.org), Fort Bovisand. Cost approx. £85 + accommodation (at the Fort, £45pp for two nights in a twin room with en-suite, bedding included; or £30pp for two nights in a bunk room providing own bedding). Likely dive sites include the Maine, James Egan Lane, the Scylla, and Eddystone Reef. Possibility to also dive the harbour in the evening. Minimum Sports Diver, max. 12 divers. £50 deposit required payable to the Treasurer.

Contact: Joe Blyth

Club Days – Throughout the year
Throughout the year the club will run club days at internal dive sites where you can undertake further training, build on your experience or simply have a fun dive.


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