Scapa Flow, located in the Orkney Islands of Scotland, is the site of the scuttling of the High Seas Fleet of the Imperial German Navy in June 1919 at the end of World War I. While many of the wrecks were salvaged following the war, the remaining wrecks have become popular dive sites. In recent times, efforts to learn more about these wrecks through multibeam sonar surveys and 3D photogrammetry have taken place. Rosemary E.
The speakers and programme are yet to be confirmed.
The 2022 Conference will be held at the headquarters of Subsea7 in Sutton, south London.
40 Brighton Road
In 2017, Mark Powell became TDI / SDI's 'International Business' Manager. This job has recently been expanded to become a full-time role for the award-winning author, instructor trainer and 'tech-diving guru'.
Mark Powell is uniquely qualified to help dive centers and professional members. Brian Carney
The successful candidate will need to have a deep understanding of BSAC and the wider diving industry, because the right diver will work in partnership with the BSAC regions and dive centres to maximise opportunities for diving.
This exciting role will support the delivery of BSAC’s new strategy. It's therefore essential that the experienced instructor can deliver in a dynamic working environment that requires close collaboration with colleagues.
Dr Tina Spence, a qualified doctor / GP trainee is looking into the affects of Covid-19 as part of her Master's programme. During the process, she will be working closely with DDRC Healthcare. The 'Diving Diseases Research Centre' is also based in Plymouth, Devon.
All UK divers are invited to help with this research, even if you have never had Covid-19. Tina Spence, University of Plymouth
We all know that Covid-19 has had a huge impact on the UK and the world. However, there is currently limited anonymous field data around divers participation in recreational diving during the pandemic.
You will be asked about your opinions and diving practices - your views and experiences are what this project is interested in exploring. Tina Spence, University of Plymouth
Information being sought include
BSAC has kindly made it available to all divers, for free.
The PDF can be printed off in A4 or A3 format. Alternatively, if you require it in a bigger format, the planner has been created in A1 and A2 sizes. The relevant file can be sent to your local printer or copy shop.
Divers should note that whilst tide heights vary, springs and neaps occur at the same time around the world.
Please click below to download the PDFs.
Currently, there are five council positions available; the Chairman and four ordinary council members.
We are looking for candidates with the right skills, experience, enthusiasm, and drive. Mary Tetley, BSAC CEO
100 of these coins have been especially crafted for the chapter.
The GB&I Chapter Coin is given to inspiring individuals and those who have contributed to exploration in extraordinary ways. Mark Wood, explorer
Polar explorer Mark Wood stated "As Chair of the Great Britain and Ireland Chapter I'm in a privileged position to meet some extraordinary people through my work. I had the honour of presenting Rick Stanton with the Chapter Coin."
The solution is straightforward, if you have the relevant knowledge at your fingertips. Just contact one of the many NGOs around the world, such as 'Ghost Diving', who work to combat this problem internationally, and let them know the details of the ghost gear that needs to be recovered.
Ghost fishing gear is everywhere, but so are we! Pascal van Erp, founder Ghost Diving