Dive with us

The sea, once it casts its spell,
holds one in its net of wonder forever.
—Jacques Cousteau

Welcome to Marlin Sub-Aqua Club

We are a friendly scuba diving club based at Pingles Leisure Centre in Nuneaton, Warwickshire. Our aim is to provide opportunities for everyone to experience the wonders that lie beneath our seas, whether you are a nervous beginner, or are already a veteran. We welcome adults who have never dived before and who want to learn, as well as divers who have already qualified, regardless of their training agency. Our knowledgable instructor team can help you develop the skills you need for almost any diving objective. The club meets every week, dives together regularly, and today continues to provide safe and adventurous diving experiences for all our members. So why wait? – come and join us!

Join Us

Full diving membership is £50 per annum

To learn

We will teach you to scuba dive, and give you an internationally recognised qualification

To develop

We welcome divers who qualified with any training agency

To dive

We scuba dive regularly in the UK and abroad

Latest News

Marsa Shagra, Egypt

At the end of November 2017 Ellie, Pete, Steve and myself (Rob) set off for a week at the Red Sea Diving Safari resort of Marsa Shagra. For those of you not in the know of this place Marsa Shagra diving village consists of accommodation ranging from tents to deluxe chalets, a main dining hall where you get all your meals buffet style, a bar and most important of all ‘the shade’ where you store your equipment, kit up and get cylinders from. The set up is basically turn up to dive when you want between opening hours which...

Ensor’s Pool, Lingmoor Park, Nuneaton

With the weather in Brixham looking ropey and the dive team reduced to two, a change of plan was in order. As something different, we decided to dive Ensor’s Pool, a flooded former clay pit that had served a local brickworks and colliery, and which is now a local nature reserve (and had not been dived by the club before). The lake is 220 metres long by 50 metres wide, and was reported to have an average depth of 8 metres. The aim of the diving ops was to: Survey the lake bed to determine its approximate profile and...