Jim 'Safe Bubbling' Boyd
Tom 'Vape Crusader' Bryer
Andrew 'Ossie' Osborne
Ian 'Ziggy' Gale
Not that we are an anti-social bunch, but a vacancy has arisen for a 2023/2024 Social Secretary. Please get in touch if you want to join the committee.
Dave 'Rockin' Hall
Bill 'Merlot' King
A struggling old bugger who appreciates the good buddies who belong to this club. Look forward to a varied diving season. Now, where’s the Merlot?
I started diving back in 1990, with Mark Horton, did a one week intensive course at Stoney Cove, followed by a weekend down in Portland, first sea dive being the Countess or Erne. Hooked on wrecks from that point. Qualified as a Divemaster in 1998, and then started doing a few IANTD courses. Favourite Wreck dive is a strange one. Consisting mainly of a pile of bricks in Lyme bay, The Heroine.
A vacancy has arisen for a 2022/2023 committee member. Please get in touch if you want to join the committee.
JC Scuba Liaison
I learnt to dive in 1996 (yeah I know, last century) with Scubaleisure, who were affiliated with Aqualeaisure in Melksham. Soon after gaining my PADI open water qualification I went on holiday to the Red Sea with my brother, who had qualified 3 years earlier, where we did our Advanced course. Then we joined White Horse dive club as it was called then and dived regularly in Lyme Bay on Mark Horton’s rib. White horse became Seahorse dive club in 1997.
In 2004 I became a PADI Divemaster and assisted White Horse diving with students for several years. When White Horse ceased training I started helping JC Scuba with students, which I am still involved with and enjoy.
I have dived various locations in the UK and abroad, including, besides several trips to the Red Sea, Turkey, Corsica, Caribbean, Philippines and most recently Thailand.