Our Clubhouse has facilities to run lectures, committee meetings, training or informal gatherings. Cylinders can be air-filled using our own compressor.
Sheltered water training is provided at the pool; the Club can provide all equipment for initial training. Open water training usually takes place at either Gildenburgh, Whittlesey or Stoney Cove.
The Club owns a 5.3m Ribcraft 75hp Mariner RIB with O2, GPS, Echo sounder and fixed VHF radio.
We meet Friday evenings either at the swimming pool, or at our Clubhouse located in the town.
Want to learn to scuba dive? Scuba diving is an adventure open to anyone aged 14 or over and Spalding Sub Aqua Club provides high-quality BSAC training for beginners.
PADI, SSI or another agency qualified? Great! Joining our club is a great way to develop your scuba diving and to simply get out there and enjoy some great diving!
If you have always wanted to learn to dive or are simply curious about scuba diving, then a Try Dive with Spalding Sub Aqua Club is the perfect introduction!
In the safe confines of the pool, a BSAC Instructor will introduce you to the basic skills and equipment needed to experience the thrill of breathing underwater for the very first time.
A typical Try Dive session lasts about 45 minutes. It involves poolside tuition on diving techniques and equipment, followed by a scuba dive in our pool with a BSAC-qualified instructor.Book a Try Dive
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