Organised SISAC Trips 2019

Organised SISAC Trips for 2019

SISAC Trips

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 above. A good selection of sites and some with seals.

Normally we drive down on a Friday, dive Saturday and Sunday and drive back after diving.

Provisional Accommodation is booked for 10 divers at the Ferryboat Inn which is a short journey to the Brunel Marina at Neyland  which is where the Charter Boat will depart usually at 0900, its not tidal dependant so will leave Promptly.

Plymouth – Bovisand 6-7 July 2019  

Diving based out of Bovisand with Discovery Diving. Diving from Red Alert, hardboat with lift, heads, hot drinks etc.

Inclusive of accommodation on site for Friday and Saturday nights. Basic, clean and dry twin rooms, with bathrooms and showers. Cereal & Toast for breakfast.  Any additional accommodation /snacks and air fills will be recorded on a for and paid for prior to departure .

Generally Warm Cornish Pasties / hot drinks  provided during Surface Interval. Who does not like a Cornish Pasty.

There are a large number of dives out of Plymouth, catering for all levels of diver. Plymouth is often called the diving capital of the UK, with a large number of both Scenic and Wreck dives. 

Dives are likely to include 

The James Egan Lane

The Scylla

Both of these wrecks are both within Ocean Diver Levels, and firm favourites with all levels of diver.

Scenic sites could include

The Eddystone Lighthouse

Hilsea Point/Fairylands

The Mewstones

For more information on Plymouth dives there is further information on the Plymouth BSAC website

Plymouth Diving – Bovisand 7-8 September 2019

There are a large number of dives out of Plymouth, catering for all levels of diver. Plymouth is often called the diving capital of the UK, with a large number of both Scenic and Wreck dives. 

Dives are likely to include 

The James Egan Lane

The Scylla

Both of these wrecks are both within Ocean Diver Levels, and firm favourites with all levels of diver.

Scenic sites could include

The Eddystone Lighthouse

Hilsea Point/Fairylands

The Mewstones

For more information on Plymouth dives there is further information on the Plymouth BSAC website

More information via the Club Forum

We are constantly looking for new venues to dive. If you can help us we would be grateful. If you have spare spaces we can fill then please let us know.

SISAC

A great, friendly and knowledgable place to learn. I am very grateful they worked around my shifts, meaning anyone can do this sport. I have seen that everyone is willing to offer advice within Diving. Many people have said to me “I wish I learnt to dive when I was younger”. So hopefully, at 25 and being female, means that a new wave of divers are picking up the hobby. I am looking forward to more dives with the club and maybe aim to start the Sports Diver soon. I have started to buy some of my own kit, but there is no rush as you can rent from the club or borrow from other club members. Whilst diving can look to be an expensive sport, I have learn that if you look after the kit it can last for years (I have been diving in a 15yr old Dry Suit and you wouldn’t know it was “old”). I would recommend SISAC and this hobby to anyone and am thinking of all the places around the world to visit and dive in!

All trips are subject to specific rules

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