Welcome to the Underwater World of Cardiff BSAC
Would you like to join other local divers on an exploration of the ship wrecks that have come to rest on the sea bed around the UK coast line?
Do you perhaps see your self as a modern day Jacques Cousteau?
Well why not turn your dream into reality by joining Cardiff BSAC, and taking up scuba diving.
At Cardiff BSAC we've been training divers for over 46 years, and are able to offer scuba diving courses for all levels of experience, including complete beginners, experienced divers seeking a more advanced dive rating, and divers crossing over from other training agencies, such as PADI.
If you're interested in taking up Scuba Diving, and live in the Cardiff or South Glamorgan areas of Wales, why not come along to one of Cardiff BSAC's weekly pool training sessions, and ask for a "try dive".
The worse that can happen is that you'll become hooked, and decide to join Cardiff BSAC and learn to Scuba Dive with Cardiff's premiere branch of the British Sub Aqua Club (BSAC).
So take the plunge and dive into this scuba diving web siteTo see what the sport of scuba diving is really all about, check out the photos and movies in Cardiff BSAC's Facebook albums.
You can also read a full report of the survey of the wreck of the Thor (file size 2mb), which was undertaken by members of Cardiff BSAC, with the financial support of the British Sub-aqua Club.
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Cardiff BSAC News 03/29/2020
Tuesday night, want to chat?
Given that we wont get to meet up for the forseeable future, would anyone like to join me in a virtual get together? If you do you will need to download Zoom on your phone/tablet/laptop and its free! Once you have done so, just tell me the email address you've used to set up the account and I can set up a meeting for Tuesday night at 7:30. I tried out the app today, and had a family talk, between Sully, Penarth, Australia and France- even my parents managed to get this sorted, so if they can you can! Let me know by sending me the email address you used and I'll do my best to get it sorted! Then all you need to do is get a glass of beer, or your favourite tipple and we can have a chat together. Let me know Happy diving (sometime!) Anne Sent from Samsung tablet...
Club News - Pool being suspended for the time being
Hi Guys Given everything, I have sent an email to pool asking if we can suspend our pool use for the time being. I was speaking to Brian Dilly at the weekend, and whilst I don’t expect much to have changed for the better , will not make any final decisions regarding the 2020 booked diving for a couple of weeks. Life is so unpredictable at the moment, and Brian is in the same boat (that’s almost a joke), so will continue to monitor everything. As for Lanzarote? Who knows – again I’ll update everyone as soon as I can Stay safe. Anne Source Insurance Limited | Global Reach, Dunleavy Drive, Cardiff, CF11 0SN. Registered in England and Wales under Company Number 2864963. Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority...
SCUBA News Feed 03/29/2020
Italian Hospital Says It's Turning Scuba Masks Into Ventilators As Supplies Run Low
The coronavirus has claimed nearly 1,000 lives in Italy in the past 24 hours. With ventilators running low, a desperate hospital in the northern part of the country is trying something new: modified scuba masks...
Can Wind Farms And Whales Co-Exist In Our Noisy Seas?
Wind energy presents less of a threat to marine life than oil, although more research into this area is required...
Internet Of Underwater Things Uses The Power Of Light
IoUT simultaneously transmits light and energy to underwater energy devices, allowing self-powered devices that harvest energy and decode information transferred by light beams...
Plastic Toys In Oceans Could Be There More Than 1000 Years
A scientific study looking into how long plastic remains in our oceans has revealed that children's toys like Lego bricks could last more than 1,000 years underwater...