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(BSAC Branch No. 0940)

Follow this link for the current Official Buxton Sub Aqua Club Website

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Learning to scuba dive with the BSAC is available to anyone over the age of 14 and who is medically fit.

Come along for a FREE `try-dive`, under the supervision of a qualified diver any Wednesday evening, at Buxton Spa Baths, 8 p.m. - 9 p.m. - contact Shaun on 01298 24745 or mobile 07973483406

Click for directions to Buxton Spa Pool.

Newcomers to the sport are welcome to join our training programme, and membership is also open to qualified divers of all grades.

Founded in April 1977 and a training branch of the British Sub-Aqua Club, having instructors qualified to teach Club Diver, Sport Diver and Dive Leader qualifications, encompassing lectures, pool training and open water dives. In addition the club has a 5.2 metre rib boat, and operates a regular dive programme – inland freshwater and sea diving for both student and qualified divers of all grades. Club members also participate in both UK based and overseas diving holidays.

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In The Pool Red Sea 1997 Club RIB 'Typanic'

For the latest rumour and goings on in the club, why not try 'Scoop' Tomlinsons 'Read it and Weep' page, read a monthly dive review or check out our years Dive Schedule. Read about the 2002 25th anniversary Club dive trip to Malta ... click on 'Dive Review'


Formed in 1953 in order to promote underwater exploration, science and sport, B.S.A.C. is the clubs governing body for training. Having membership of some 50,000 in about 1,400 branches, it is one of the largest diving clubs in the world: approximately 15% of membership are in overseas branches. As a national body, B.S.A.C. is managed by an elected council, nominated from branches and elected by membership. B.S.A.C. has its own headquarters in Cheshire, where full-time staff carry out the day to day business of the club. B.S.A.C. schools also offer skill development courses in all areas of the sport. Advantages of BSAC membership include third party public liability insurance cover up to 5 million pounds world-wide and a monthly magazine to keep you up to date with all that is new in the sport.

Buxton Club Links :

DIVERNET Rodale's Scuba madforscuba Medical Q & A

Buxton Club Photo Gallery - Click pictures to enlarge the sample shots. For a more extensive look at our photo gallery follow the links to our Fotango gallery containing 100's of shots of our favourite sites.

Club Islay Diving Gallery

Club Farnes Diving Gallery
Rodales 360o Panoramas
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