Cardiff BSAC is a friendly Welsh Scuba Diving Club for recreational divers living in and around the Cardiff and South Glamorgan areas of South Wales.
The Club has a wide mix of members from all walks of life, including men, women, and children as young as 16 years old.
Whether your a complete beginner, or a more experienced diver, or someone crossing over from one of the other training agencies (such as PADI), you can be sure of a warm welcome at Cardiff BSAC.
The Club is a branch of the British Sub-Aqua Club (Branch No 590), the Governing Body for the sport of Scuba Diving in the UK, and has been training divers the BSAC way since 1973.
We offer a wide range of scuba diving courses, and organize regular dive trips throughout the year. These offer open water diving for trainees, or the more experienced diver.
If you've not been scuba diving before, why not come along to one of our regular pool training session and ask for a try-dive, and see what you've been missing.
If on the other hand you'd like to learn to scuba dive, or start your training for a BSAC Sports Diver qualification, please contact our Club Secretary, or come along to our next Club meeting and ask for a BSAC membership application form.
The Club meets every Tuesday evening in the Sand Martin pub, next to Cardiff City's new football stadium off Leckwith Road, after weekly pool training at Fitzalan High School (7.30 - 8.30 pm). The pool is situated on Lawrenny Avenue. Park in the front car park. (2nd entrance on the left when you reach the school)
So, why not come along to the pool or the pub, and find out what scuba diving is all about.
If you live in the Cardiff or South Glamorgan areas of South Wales, joining Cardiff BSAC is that first all important step towards learning to scuba dive the BSAC way.