Saturday, December 23rd, 2017 at 3:00pm
33 Durham33 Neville Street
Durham, DH1 4EY
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Folks its that time again to get togeather and tell dive stories and drink beer or wine ! Xmas drinks Saturday 23/12/2018 starting at BAR 33 as its quality beer and quite for all the older generation! Its a 3pm kick off at BAR 33 then from 4 pm we will be moving around Durham. Stay as long as you want or join us when ever you can, everyone is welcome as long as you tell a good dive story or tale ! Sorry no lobster stories alound!!!
Saturday, February 3rd, 2018 at 11:00pm
MS Zenobia was a Swedish built Challenger-class RO-RO ferry launched in 1979 that capsized and sank in the Mediterranean sea, close to Larnaca, Cyprus, in June 1980 on her maiden voyage.[1][4] She now rests on her port side in approximately 42 meters (138 ft) of water and was named by The Times, and many others, as one of the top ten wreck diving sites in the world.[4]
Wednesday, February 28th, 2018 at 8:00pm
Freemans Quay Pool
Folks we have the Air Cadets in for Scuba Diving taster sessions two 1 hour slots 8-9pm 9-10pm
Thursday, March 29th, 2018 at 11:00am
Scapa Flow is a body of water about 120 square miles in area and with an average depth of 30 to 40 metres. The Orkney Mainland and South Isles encircle Scapa Flow, making it a sheltered harbour with easy access to both the North Sea and Atlantic Ocean.

The name Scapa Flow comes from the Old Norse Skalpaflói, meaning ‘bay of the long isthmus’, which refers to the thin strip of land between Scapa Bay and the town of Kirkwall.

Scapa Flow has been used as a harbour since Viking times, the name Skalpaflói being given to it by the Vikings. However, it wasn’t until the Napoleonic wars of the early 1800s that the Admiralty first took an interest in Scapa Flow. The Admiralty used the area as a deep water anchorage for trading ships waiting to cross the North Sea to Baltic ports. Two Martello Towers were built on either side of Longhope in order to defend these trading ships until a warship arrived to escort them to the Baltic Sea.
Saturday, May 5th, 2018 at 9:00am
Folks this is purley a week of deep wreck diving on mixed gases in Malta, we will be doing a minium of 50m - 80m. We will be chartering Kevin and his boat Galaxy doing 1 dive per day, using Maltaqua to supply cylinders and gas. You must hold a Trimix certification from any agency and be able to dive to theses depths! This is not for everyone so please ensure this is a trip for you before adding to the event. All divers are welcome from around the globe, details of wrecks will be posted as soon as we have picked the marks.
Sunday, May 20th, 2018 at 1:00pm
Eyemouth Harbour
Eyemouth, TD14 5SD
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Berwickshire’s coastal waters have long been renowned for their abundance and diversity of marine life. Here cold Arctic currents and warmer currents from the south swirl together and support diverse and abundant marine life so that Arctic wolf fish can be found living side by side with Devonshire Cup corals.

The diving off St Abbs head is truly excellent in some of the very best sub 30m dive sites in the UK and Europe. As the greater part of the Marine Reserve the range of dive sites is impressive. A typical weekend’s diving could include kelp forests, Swim throughs’, tunnels and walls. Most sites are teaming with life and colour. The annual Splash in competition is a testament to our underwater photographers’ paradise.

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