Weekly Dive News

Thursday 12th July 2018 (10:30) 

animated-diving-image-0006Diving Sunday 15th July. 

The weather forecast for this Sunday is giving SSW force 4 winds with a wave height of .5m for the south east coast of Ireland.  Unless the weather deteriorates we should get diving this weekend.

No text = No diving!.

Club House is open to fill cylinders 7.30pm – 8.15pm on Tuesday & Thursday evenings now that we have commenced mid week diving until further notice.  As it is off season Always Txt Paul before heading over as there is no guarantee he will be there waiting for you! 

Club House Opening Hours

  • Please DO NOT contact EO to fill cylinders at any other time! Keep your cylinders filled, ready to dive.

Pool Training

Pool fitness training has now ended until Thursday the 13th of September 2018, 7:45 – 9pm when we will resume fitness training and Try-a-Dives. Please bring in scuba equipment for the training of new members when requested to do so.

Annual Pool Fitness Test

Alice has set two dates aside for the annual mandatory pool fitness test which will take place on Thursday the 11th of January and Thursday the 8th of February 2018 in the Curragh swimming pool 7:45 – 9pm. Enrolment form for this pool fitness test can be filled in and submitted on the following link: Pool Fitness Test Form

Mid Week Diving

Weather and sea conditions permitting midweek diving out of Dun Laoghaire will recommence every Wednesday evening in May 2018.

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

No text = No Diving!

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 (14th October 2017)

The biannual Dublin South Regional Search and Recovery training took place in the river Barrow, Athy on Saturday October 14th. It was a great opportunity to SAR train in a different environment with our good friends from Dalkey Scuba Divers. We all retired to Clanard Court Hotel 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 2018, possible in February.


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