About the branch
Marlin Sub-Aqua Club was started in 1999 as a branch of the British Sub-Aqua Club. We welcome as members:
Here are some highlights:
Please contact us to learn more – or pop in and see us on a club night (let us know you’re coming so we expect you). We are all very friendly and will be happy to answer any questions or just chat with you about any aspect of diving.
Marlin Sub-Aqua Club
The fees in the table below are from 10th February 2015 onwards, and are payable to Marlin Sub-Aqua Club (cash, BACS, or cheque).
|Full Diving Member||£50|
British Sub-Aqua Club
The fees in the table below are from 1st March 2018 onwards, and are payable directly to BSAC. All Marlin Sub-Aqua Club members (except non-diving Honorary Members) must also be a member of BSAC for insurance purposes.
Members who pay BSAC by annual Direct Debit receive £10 off their first years’ subscription. A full list of BSAC membership types is available.
|New Member (at a grade other than one listed below)||£59|
|Open Water Instructor / Advanced Diver||£54|
|Advanced Instructor / First Class Diver||£48.75|
|Student Member (in full time education)||£30.50|
|Joint Member (at same address, no copy of magazine)||£40.50|
|Associate Member (non-diving member)||£48|
If you have a medical condition that prevents you from completing the UK Sport Diver Medical Form (self declaration form) you will need to have a diving medical to obtain a Certificate of Fitness to Dive. These are available nationwide but the closest to our club is the Midlands Diving Chamber who currently charge £60 for a “Fit to Dive” medical.
Who are the British Sub-Aqua Club?
BSAC is the world’s largest scuba diving club and the sport’s National Governing Body in the UK, providing an internationally-recognised diver training and development programme via a network of branches (clubs) and centres across the country and overseas.
In May 2014 HRH The Duke of Cambridge took over the BSAC Presidency from his father HRH The Prince of Wales. HRH The Duke of Cambridge spoke of his own goal as the new BSAC President:
“I look forward to working with BSAC to encourage even more young people into the sport, for they are the next generation of underwater explorers, pioneers and protectors. The skills and experiences gained through snorkelling and scuba diving can have a positive and lasting impact on their lives, giving them confidence and building their aspirations.”
So whether you’re a qualified BSAC (or other agency) diver or only just started, tried it on holiday or would like to learn to scuba dive – if you want the highest standards of training and great diving in good company, then BSAC is for you.
For more information visit the BSAC website.