Swindon and Wiltshire's Independent Scuba Dive Club
Located in Swindon, Wiltshire, the Seahorse Dive Club is a non-affiliated and independent scuba diving club. The club consists of divers of various ages and experiences, who regularly partake in UK weekend and mid-week dive activities together with British and international holiday dive trips for the more adventurous.
The club meets regularly on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at the White Hart in Wroughton. Normally convening for a brief committee meeting, all members and prospective members are invited to socialise and discuss future dive trips.
What's In It For You?
You’ll enjoy a friendly banter with like minded individuals together with regular diving. The club has the use of two RHIBs which regularly make outings and club members are encouraged to organise their own inland and offshore dive trips. More formal holidays, both within the UK and international destinations always prove popular.
Free use of the Club’s Emergency O2 Kit and Club Nitrox Analyser is available to any member for UK diving adventures.
You’ll find a friendly group of all ages and experiences who are more than happy to exchange hints and tips, especially for some of the newer divers who maybe looking for a mentor. Formal training is also available if required.
With many of our club weekend trips cancelled this year due to changes in Covid rules regarding hotel accommodation and May’s Pembrokeshire trip cancelled due to bad weather, it was great to be back in Plymouth
Setting The Scene The scene was set for two dives out of Dover for this past Sunday 30th May over the bank holiday weekend. Becks, Piers and I arrived late Saturday afternoon to stay overnight for
It was Mark Hampshire and Steve Marchant who first had the idea to dive this Friday to check some new kit. Then joined by Craig Ardrey and Ben Horton, which made up a foursome for the
After some dive trip cancellations, we scrambled for an Early season Porthkerris trip to keep up the spirits! The weekend before, the signs were for a great with 10 metres of visibility as reported on