Weekly Dive News

Monday 14th August 2017 (10:30) 

Diving Wednesday 16th August 2017 

Mid Week Diving in Dublin is not looking good for this Wednesday with force 5 , gusting F7  southerly winds forecast at present. This however could change and group text will go out if diving when we get an updated weather forecast.

 No text = No diving!.

Diving  Saturday 19th  & Sunday 20th August

animated-diving-image-0006Probability: Next weekend is the Cork Wreck weekend where we dive out of Crosshaven, completing 4 x wreck dives over the Saturday and Sunday. The weather forecast for the weekend is looking just “ok”at the moment with moderate force 4 south westerly winds forecast. 

 No text = No diving!.


Club House Opening Hours

  • Club House is open to fill cylinders 7.30pm – 8.15pm on Tuesday and Thursday evenings until further notice. Always Txt Bernard before heading over as there is no guarantee he will be there waiting for you! 
  • Please DO NOT contact EO to fill cylinders at any other time! Keep your cylinders filled, ready to dive.

Pool Traininganimated-swimming-image-0010 (1)

Our last scheduled Pool fitness training was Thursday evening the 20th of April and pool training will not recommence until Thursday the 14th September 2017.


Mid Week Diving

Weather and sea conditions permitting midweek diving out of Dun Laoghaire will recommence every Wednesday evening in May 2017.

Group text will be sent out on Saturday if there is diving on Sundays.

No text = No Diving!

Alice O’Sullivan, Charlotte Mellon, Jonathan Dooley and Jonas Micevicius, our four Naas SAC Leading Diver candidates done exceptionally well over the weekend in Baltimore, Co. Cork and successfully completed and passed their final exams. Congratulations and well done to all!


Diving Kilkee, June Bank Holiday Weekend.

Fabulous weekends diving in Kilkee, Co. Clare for the Naas Sub-Aqua Club members on the June Bank Holiday weekend 2016. Glorious sunshine, calm seas and 20m+ visibility made for great diving conditions. Dive sites explored included “The Pinnacle”, “Middle Rock”, “Biraghty More” and “Diamond Rock”. Sincere thanks to Kilkee SAC for all their help and advice on their great local dive sites.




NSAC S&R LogoSearch & Recovery Training (28th November 2015)

The biannual Dublin South Regional Search and Recovery training took place in Glendalough Upper Lake on Saturday November 28th. It was a great opportunity to SAR train in a different environment with our good friends from Dalkey Scuba Divers. We all retired to Lynaham’s of Laragh for a well earned lunch and chat after training. 😀

As not all members of the Regional SAR Team were available to train on this date, another SAR date will be organised in early 2016, possible in January.






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