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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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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What’s new at SISAC October 2018

October 2018

What’s new at SISAC October 2018 A brief roundup of club activities during October 2018 and what is coming up. New Ocean Divers Pleased to announced we qualified two BSAC Ocean Divers during October, Stuart Mckenzie and Josh Rayner-Brown. Congratulations to you both. We have a five students close to…

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Qualified Ocean Diver at SISAC

Josh Rayner-Brown

Qualified Ocean Diver at SISAC We would like to congratulate Josh Rayner-Brown has recently qualified as an Ocean Diver course. Josh took a little longer to complete his course however due to his enthusiasm and commitment he finaly achieved his goal. I certainly look forward to seeing him at the…

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