The best way to see if you like the sensation of being underwater and want to learn to dive is to come along to a try dive session, it only costs £10 A Try-Dive can help you save time and money by finding out in advance if you like diving, giving you the chance to sample an exciting sport and to gain an insight into the fascinating world beneath the waves Each try-dive lasts one hour and includes poolside tuition on diving techniques and equipment.    A BSAC qualified instructor will take you for a scuba dive in the pool to make sure you get maximum enjoyment from your first scuba dive and are safe at all times.   Once the session is completed you are welcome to join us at our clubhouse for a drink and a chat about diving.  How do I book a Try-Dive? Initial contact should be made to Our Club night meets on Wednesday’s at 07.30pm At Holywell Leisure Centre, Fron Park Road, Holywell, Flintshire, CH8 7UZ What do I need to bring? A towel and your swimming costume, everything else is provided.   If you have a swimming top or shorty wetsuit you can bring it, otherwise a t-shirt would be advisable to both stop the equipment rubbing and keep you warm whilst out of the water. Why do we love diving so much? It is exciting –seeing marine animals, wrecks, reefs and seascapes. Relaxing – floating weightless underwater helps unwind from day to day stresses. Peaceful – the silent world, and floating among fish can make you feel calm and serene. Challenging – diving is an adventurous sport and there are skills that take perseverance to learn. Educational – in addition to ‘diving’ you inevitably learn about other things like weather, physics, biology, maritime history, seamanship, marine ecology – and it is all fascinating stuff. Really good fun – scuba is a social sport, organised as a group activity with everyone having a buddy for the dive. It is enjoyable to both plan and to do and also makes for great conversation afterwards. If you would like to progress your diving then the natural follow-up to your Try-Dive would be to join our club and begin training for BSAC's primary level scuba diver qualification - Ocean Diver.   Further details of what this entails can be found in the Training section of the website
Considered a Try-Dive?
The best way to see if you like the sensation of being underwater and want to learn to dive is to come along to a try dive session, it only costs £10 A Try-Dive can help you save time and money by finding out in advance if you like diving, giving you the chance to sample an exciting sport and to gain an insight into the fascinating world beneath the waves Each try-dive lasts one hour and includes poolside tuition on diving techniques and equipment.    A BSAC qualified instructor will take you for a scuba dive in the pool to make sure you get maximum enjoyment from your first scuba dive and are safe at all times.   Once the session is completed you are welcome to join us at our clubhouse for a drink and a chat about diving.  How do I book a Try-Dive? Initial contact should be made to Our Club night meets on Wednesday’s at 07.30pm At Holywell Leisure Centre, Fron Park Road, Holywell, Flintshire, CH8 7UZ What do I need to bring? A towel and your swimming costume, everything else is provided.   If you have a swimming top or shorty wetsuit you can bring it, otherwise a t-shirt would be advisable to both stop the equipment rubbing and keep you warm whilst out of the water. Why do we love diving so much? It is exciting –seeing marine animals, wrecks, reefs and seascapes. Relaxing – floating weightless underwater helps unwind from day to day stresses. Peaceful – the silent world, and floating among fish can make you feel calm and serene. Challenging – diving is an adventurous sport and there are skills that take perseverance to learn. Educational – in addition to ‘diving’ you inevitably learn about other things like weather, physics, biology, maritime history, seamanship, marine ecology – and it is all fascinating stuff. Really good fun – scuba is a social sport, organised as a group activity with everyone having a buddy for the dive. It is enjoyable to both plan and to do and also makes for great conversation afterwards. If you would like to progress your diving then the natural follow-up to your Try-Dive would be to join our club and begin training for BSAC's primary level scuba diver qualification - Ocean Diver.   Further details of what this entails can be found in the Training section of the website
Considered a Try-Dive?
The best way to see if you like the sensation of being underwater and want to learn to dive is to come along to a try dive session, it only costs £10 A Try-Dive can help you save time and money by finding out in advance if you like diving, giving you the chance to sample an exciting sport and to gain an insight into the fascinating world beneath the waves Each try-dive lasts one hour and includes poolside tuition on diving techniques and equipment.    A BSAC qualified instructor will take you for a scuba dive in the pool to make sure you get maximum enjoyment from your first scuba dive and are safe at all times.   Once the session is completed you are welcome to join us at our clubhouse for a drink and a chat about diving.  How do I book a Try-Dive? Initial contact should be made to Our Club night meets on Wednesday’s at 07.30pm At Holywell Leisure Centre, Fron Park Road, Holywell, Flintshire, CH8 7UZ What do I need to bring? A towel and your swimming costume, everything else is provided.   If you have a swimming top or shorty wetsuit you can bring it, otherwise a t- shirt would be advisable to both stop the equipment rubbing and keep you warm whilst out of the water. Why do we love diving so much? It is exciting –seeing marine animals, wrecks, reefs and seascapes. Relaxing – floating weightless underwater helps unwind from day to day stresses. Peaceful – the silent world, and floating among fish can make you feel calm and serene. Challenging – diving is an adventurous sport and there are skills that take perseverance to learn. Educational – in addition to ‘diving’ you inevitably learn about other things like weather, physics, biology, maritime history, seamanship, marine ecology – and it is all fascinating stuff. Really good fun – scuba is a social sport, organised as a group activity with everyone having a buddy for the dive. It is enjoyable to both plan and to do and also makes for great conversation afterwards. If you would like to progress your diving then the natural follow-up to your Try-Dive would be to join our club and begin training for BSAC's primary level scuba diver qualification - Ocean Diver.   Further details of what this entails can be found in the Training section of the website
Considered a Try-Dive?