What's Coming Up

 
Thursday, 02 Oct 2014
Location: London Scuba
Price: Free

 
Thursday, 02 Oct 2014
Location: London Scuba
Price: £ 15.00

 
Saturday, 04 Oct 2014 - Sunday, 05 Oct 2014
Location: Vobster Quay
Price: Free

 
Saturday, 04 Oct 2014
Location: Vobster Quay
Price: £ 150.00

 
Saturday, 04 Oct 2014 - Sunday, 05 Oct 2014
Location: Vobster Quay
Price: £ 225.00

 
Saturday, 04 Oct 2014 - Sunday, 05 Oct 2014
Location: Vobster Quay
Price: £ 165.00

 
Saturday, 04 Oct 2014 - Sunday, 05 Oct 2014
Location: Vobster Quay
Price: £ 165.00

 
Tuesday, 07 Oct 2014 - Wednesday, 08 Oct 2014
Location: Wraysbury Lake
Price: £ 180.00

 
Wednesday, 08 Oct 2014
Location: Wraysbury Lake
Price: Free

 
Saturday, 11 Oct 2014 - Sunday, 12 Oct 2014
Location: Wraysbury Lake
Price: £ 180.00

 
Sunday, 12 Oct 2014
Location: Wraysbury Lake
Price: £ 150.00

 
Sunday, 12 Oct 2014
Location: Wraysbury Lake
Price: £ 130.00

 
Sunday, 12 Oct 2014
Location: Wraysbury Lake
Price: £ 95.00

 
Wednesday, 15 Oct 2014
Location: London Scuba
Price: £ 35.00

 
Saturday, 18 Oct 2014 - Sunday, 19 Oct 2014
Location: Wraysbury Lake
Price: £ 180.00

 
Saturday, 25 Oct 2014 - Sunday, 26 Oct 2014
Location: Wraysbury Lake
Price: £ 180.00

 
Wednesday, 29 Oct 2014
Location: London Scuba
Price: £ 35.00

 
Saturday, 01 Nov 2014 - Sunday, 02 Nov 2014
Location: Wraysbury Lake
Price: £ 180.00

 
Saturday, 01 Nov 2014
Location: Wraysbury Lake
Price: £ 150.00

 
Sunday, 02 Nov 2014
Location: Wraysbury Lake
Price: £ 130.00

 
Thursday, 06 Nov 2014
Location: London Scuba
Price: Free

 
Thursday, 06 Nov 2014
Location: London Scuba
Price: £ 15.00

 
Saturday, 08 Nov 2014
Location: Vobster Quay
Price: £ 150.00

 
Saturday, 08 Nov 2014 - Sunday, 09 Nov 2014
Location: Vobster Quay
Price: £ 225.00

 
Saturday, 08 Nov 2014 - Sunday, 09 Nov 2014
Location: Vobster Quay
Price: £ 165.00

 
Saturday, 08 Nov 2014 - Sunday, 09 Nov 2014
Location: Vobster Quay
Price: £ 150.00

 
Saturday, 08 Nov 2014 - Sunday, 09 Nov 2014
Location: Vobster Quay
Price: £ 165.00

 
Wednesday, 12 Nov 2014
Location: London Scuba
Price: £ 35.00

 
Saturday, 15 Nov 2014 - Sunday, 16 Nov 2014
Location: Wraysbury Lake
Price: £ 180.00

 
Saturday, 15 Nov 2014
Location: Wraysbury Lake
Price: £ 150.00

 
Sunday, 16 Nov 2014
Location: Wraysbury Lake
Price: £ 130.00

 
Saturday, 22 Nov 2014 - Saturday, 29 Nov 2014
Price: £ 1095.00

 
Wednesday, 26 Nov 2014
Location: London Scuba
Price: £ 35.00

 
Thursday, 04 Dec 2014
Location: London Scuba
Price: Free

 
Thursday, 04 Dec 2014
Location: London Scuba
Price: £ 15.00

 
Saturday, 06 Dec 2014 - Sunday, 07 Dec 2014
Location: Vobster Quay
Price: £ 225.00

 
Saturday, 06 Dec 2014 - Sunday, 07 Dec 2014
Location: Vobster Quay
Price: £ 165.00

 
Saturday, 06 Dec 2014 - Sunday, 07 Dec 2014
Location: Vobster Quay
Price: £ 150.00

 
Saturday, 06 Dec 2014 - Sunday, 07 Dec 2014
Location: Vobster Quay
Price: £ 165.00

 
Wednesday, 10 Dec 2014
Location: London Scuba
Price: £ 35.00

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Recent posts

  • Just got back Hurghada, 3 days diving was great, second was 10 feet away from a small 3 foot white tip reef shark, some big morays, and nepolean rass that was 2 foot in front of me looking into my mask live aboard next Christian you were right about one thing I have never met such a rude bunch as the Russian,
    less than a minute ago
  • Well done to all the Divemaster Trainees who attended Sunday's session at Wraysbury. It was good to get those skills out of the way. Nearly there now.
    1 week ago
  • Anyone know where to buy cookies?
    2 weeks ago
  • Ian Pattison is friends with Rachel Dye
  • Hi Allan - I'm reasonably well insulated (porky!) and don't feel the cold too much. I dive year round in the UK in a 7mm semi-dry and occasionally in a 5mm shorty. Depending on what sort of diving you have in mind, I think you would find a 3mm a bit chilly. You'd probably be OK in a shallow UK lake from July-Sep (e.g. Wraysbury, summer temp c.20c), but would probably be cold in deeper inland waters or in the sea. For example, diving at Vobster in mid-July the water was 20c at the surface but only 8c at 20+ metres. If you've inherited a 3mm and don't want the expense of buying another suit you could maybe buy a wet suit underlayer (e.g. Fourth Element Thermocline) which adds about 2mm of extra insulation but given this costs about £220 you could buy a reasonable 5 or 7mm wet suit for the same price. If you're buying new and want something to use in both the UK and say a Red Sea liveaboard, probably best to go for at least a 5mm. Andy.
    2 weeks ago
    Allan Lowe Thanks for the detailed response Andy your a gent - Al
    2 weeks ago
  • Don't really feel the cold that much - does anyone think a 3mm full wetsuit would be ok for summer uk diving - does anyone else use a 3mm or less when uk diving?
    2 weeks ago
  • Congratulations to everyone who attended the Red Sea trip last week, Great diving, great weather and great people.
    2 weeks ago
  • Can anyone recommend a dive centre in Hurghada going in a few time
    1 month ago
    Christian Hi depends what you want to do, Hurgarda is a dump, full of russians.
    You need to go to Orca divers in Soma bay Breakers hotel, for tech diving contact me (01342 850879) the instructor is 100 euro per day IANTD,
    2 weeks ago
  • Hi guys,
    We are not going to Vobster this weekend due to the cost's are to high for just a few of us as we still need to pay for the bunk barn in full. The next Vobster event is on the weekend of the 4th & 5th of October.
    1 month ago
  • If you are coming to the club event at Vobster and require accommodation at the bunk barn then please confirm with Jason and Hayley that they have a space for you. Also if you require any equipment please let us know as we may not have it in the van unless prearranged. If anyone wants to do any courses such as Search & Recovery or Dry Suit then please let us know and we will put a course on.
    2 months ago
  • Jason Linbourne is friends with Gareth Booker
  • Link to Wratsbury's Facebook page with some good photos of some of this weekend's Open Water divers.

    www.facebook.com/…
    2 months ago
  • Has anyone been to Mexico and got any recommendations of dive centres or particular must do dives. Heading out start of November to Puerto Aventuras.
    2 months ago
    Lyn Ware Worked as DM for a while out there, generally the dives are shallow and vis can be poor at times. Cenotes were awesome and caves were amazing but wouldn't recommend unless very experienced cave diver as had several qualified cave divers have panic attacks.
    1 month ago

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