PEMBROKESHIRE DIVE TRIP 8th and 9th JUNE 2019

PEMBROKESHIRE

PEMBROKESHIRE DIVE TRIP Introduction The Club Chartered the Predator from Pembrokeshire Diving UK for two days diving. The 10 Divers who elected to go left a wet Cambridgeshire for an even wetter Wales in six cars. Total journey time (290 miles) with stops was average 6 hours. Most got to…

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Increase of Lionfish in the Mediterranean

lionfish

Any club member who has visited the Red Sea or part of the Carribean will have spotted lionfish. An increadably beutiful specimin however extremely invasive where not a native species. With divers reporting seeing 20 or more lionfish on a single dive around Cyprus, marine conservationists have held the first organised…

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Sea Sick – Avoidence and Dealing with the Condition

Motion Sickness / Sea Sickness Susceptibility As the dive season swings into place we will be venturing away from inland sites and exploring the open sea. Some of us will take in shore dives and some will board a dive boat and head off from a sheltered harbour. If you…

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Organised SISAC Trips 2019

SISAC Trips

Organised SISAC Trips for 2019 SISAC Trips combine with Training Days and SISAC Trips we wish to accomodate all members and help them get the most from their training.Below are the current SISAC Trips organised for 2019. Pembrokeshire 8th 9th June 2019  This trip is ideal for Ocean Divers and…

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Farne Islands 2019

Farne Islands 2019

Farne Islands 2019 Weekend of the 11th and 12th May 2019. This trip was fully subscribed and something which the club is most grateful for to both the more experienced members and the new members alike. The culprits for the weekend were Leigh-Anne          Ocean Diver Emma                   Ocean Diver Suraj                     Ocean…

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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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Congratulations to our Latest Ocean Diver Emma Williams

Emma came to SISAC initially to do a Try Dive. She obviously liked it as she came back and started her Ocean Diver qualification. Last summer I acquired some free time (becoming single after a 2yr relationship) and wanted something new to focus my mind on. I remembered that when…

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Congratulations to our Latest Ocean Diver Nick Levy

Nick Levy

Ocean Diver certification-the perspective from a 50 year old anaesthetist Having finally obtained my first certificate marking my journey to become proficient and safe in the underwater world, the club asked me to pen a few thoughts on why I, as an anaesthetist, would want to leave my comfort zone,…

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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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