Conservation

Social Night – Ghost Fishing UK

The problem of ghost fishing gear has reached public prominence over the past five years. It is a normal part of fishing that nets, shellfish traps and other equipment becomes lost. This is not a deliberate or careless act on behalf of the fishing community, simply a reality of a very harsh environment. The problem [...]

By | 2018-10-04T17:05:20+00:00 October 4th, 2018|Conservation, UK Diving, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Social Night – Venture to the Solomon Islands

It's hard to explain why this is such a special destination and why it needs to be high on your radar for a dive trip. For me, the appeal is not just the world class diving, but the way the liveaboard is structured so you get a real chance to integrate with the local communities; [...]

Underwater Archaeology on England’s Protected Wrecks

Join us for our Social Night on May 10th at The Norbiton for a fascinating presentation by the Nautical Archaeology Society on 'Underwater archaeology on England's protected wrecks' We will be hosting, Mark Beattie-Edwards, the Chief Executive Officer of the Nautical Archaeology Society. A graduate in maritime archaeology from the University of Southampton, Mark has [...]

By | 2018-04-23T19:38:28+00:00 March 21st, 2018|Conservation, General Stuff, Social & Gossip, UK Diving|0 Comments

PADI Approved Youth Training Centre

Aquanaut is now a PADI Approved Youth Training Centre. The 'PADI Youth Approved Training Centre' is a new recognition by PADI, formally acknowledging that Aquanaut meets all the necessary requirements to work successfully with schools and youth groups. Why is Scuba such a great activity for youngsters? An appreciation of the marine world Understanding of [...]

Seal Action in Lundy June 2017

Join us to dive the amazing Lundy - 10/11th June 2017 This trip offers two days diving (4 dives) in the Lundy Marine Conversation zone. Lundy is recognised as a top UK diving destination. The island situated at the mouth of the Bristol Channel has a variety of dive sites from natural reefs and sea caves, submerged [...]

By | 2017-07-26T11:38:18+00:00 November 25th, 2016|Conservation, General Stuff, UK Diving, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Dive the Philippines with Aquanaut – 18th March – 1st April 2017

Join us on an amazing trip to dive the Philippines - 18 March – 1 April 2017 We have chosen Sardine and Thresher Itinerary .... with some whalesharks guaranteed as a bonus!          Kasai Village Resort, Moalboal & Malapascua Exotic resort, Malapascua Philippines Summary The Sardine and Thresher itinerary is a two-week trip taking you to two of the major [...]

Social Night – Dive the Philippines – March 10th

Ever thought about diving the Philippines? You should!  Sharks, Macro, WW2 Wrecks, Hard and Soft Corals, the Philippines has it all.         The Philippines is one of the most bio-diverse marine ecosystems on the planet. Experience extraordinary and stunning flora and fauna with hundreds of species of hard coral and thousands of [...]

Can you master the Peak Performance Buoyancy Challenge? – March 18th

Can you master the PPB Ultimate challenge? Spend an evening in the pool focusing on buoyancy. We will set you a number of challenges to test out your progress. The evening workshop will include: - Why don't I sink? - Common myths about weighting - 'Crush the turtle's' best advice - Factors affecting buoyancy - [...]

By | 2017-07-26T11:38:22+00:00 January 7th, 2016|Conservation, General Stuff, Training, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Your Dive Shop Needs You! – Thames River Clean 30th May 2015

On May 30th, Kingston University SAC and Kingston University Student Union Volunteers are embarking on a Thames River Clean project in Kingston and we need YOUR HELP! What can you do to help? We need volunteers for all sorts of activities including: Divers (must be PADI Rescue Diver, BSAC Sport Diver / equivalent with insurance [...]