Eastern Region Coaching Team May 2019 Courses

SISAC is not alone when it comes to training members. There is a raft of Instructors iching to pass on their skills and knowledge to others. Going outside the club is not seen as a negative but quite the opposite as this brings different perspectives to eveyones knowledge. Sometimes we…

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Minor Incident Report 14th April 2019 Stoney Cove

DESCRIPTION OF INCIDENT Good rescue skills put into practice. A comment from Gareth Leyshon First Class Diver His training took over, he aborted the dive, switching to Robins AAS for a controlled and relaxed ascent to the surface.  Whilst a minor issue, it is pleasing to see that the time…

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Parwin SCUBA

SCUBA Cylinder Storage

Parwin SCUBA is located in Glatton, which is just outside of Sawtry in Cambridgeshire. Paul Hardy, who owns and operates the business, has been associated with SISAC for many years, and undertakes the clubs testing and servicing of SCUBA equipment when required. It may not look swish on the outside…

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Protected Wreck Volunteer Project

Protected Wreck

Protected Wreck Volunteer Project MSDS Marine, Northampton BSAC, SWMAG and the Nautical Archaeology Society would like to invite all interested members of your dive club or University to get involved with maritime archaeology and Protected Wreck sites.Historic England have commissioned MSDS Marine to undertake a pilot project linking existing Protected…

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Skegness Aquarium Visit

The Venue – Sunday 3rd February Following a visit to the Dive Show, Gareth organised a very different dive trip. A Dive in Skegness Aquarium main fish tank. not a particularly deep dive but definitely different. For those in the club who had not had the chance to experience large…

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Skegness Aquarium

Skegness Aquarium

Skegness Aquarium What is it ? SISAC has secured a booking for 12 at Skegness Aquarium, this will allow those holding a diving qualification to dive in the ‘Shark Tank’. How does it work ? This is a new activity for SISAC, we have no previous experience of this, so…

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What causes Tsunamis

tsunami

Tsunamis. How are they caused? Tsunamis can be generated by various means including seismic events, like earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, landslides (including those occurring underwater) and some weather systems, which can generate what are often called ‘meteotsunamis’, for instance from a sudden drop in air pressure. What is the tsunami risk…

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Open Water Dives at Stoney Cove 11/11/18

First in the Water Semi-Dry Wetsuit Diving – November in the UK Hardened as I may be to all round year diving, I think I would need to have a lot more incentive to leap or wriggle into Stoney Cove in November. saying that there were the normal group of all…

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Hartford Marina Diving

Hartford Marina

Porthole Retrieval Narrow Boat Moorings About a week or so ago we had a request from a chap called Paul via the enquires. On talking to him, he did not want to dive or learn to dive, but he wanted divers to assist him to retrieve a rather expensive brass…

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UNDERWATER JEDI’S

Recent Visits to Stoney Cove Sports Diver Training In the past week there have been two visits to Stoney Cove to progress training for the New Sports Divers. John Holmes who was away in Thailand for a few months has now returned. Whilst he was in Thailand he managed to…

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