Cirencester Dolphin Sub-Aqua Club is located in the heart of the Cotswolds, serving Cirencester and the surrounding area.
Founded in 1979, the club welcomes members from 14 years of age and all levels of experience, from junior snorkellers through to experienced technical divers and everyone in between. As a branch of the British Sub-Aqua Club, we offer internationally recognised training from the entry-level Ocean Diver course onwards, delivered during our Friday evening club nights at Cirencester Leisure Centre.
Cirencester Dolphin has teamed up with BSAC Training Centre DM Scuba Training. If you are new to scuba diving and want to progress quickly we can offer a range of flexible training options while still being part of the clubs structure.More on your training options!
Want to learn to scuba dive? Scuba diving is an adventure open to anyone aged 14 or over and Cirencester Dolphin provides high-quality BSAC training for beginners.
PADI, SSI or another agency qualified? Great! Joining our club is a great way to develop your scuba diving and to simply get out there and enjoy some great diving!
If you have always wanted to learn to dive or are simply curious about scuba diving, then a Try Dive with Cirencester Dolphin is the perfect introduction!
In the safe confines of the pool, a BSAC Instructor will introduce you to the basic skills and equipment needed to experience the thrill of breathing underwater for the very first time. Try Dives cost £25.
A typical Try Dive session lasts about 90 minutes. It involves poolside tuition on diving techniques and equipment, followed by a scuba dive in our pool with a BSAC-qualified instructor.Book a Try Dive
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Barry Whitfield here a.k.a. known as scubaBEW. I’ve been with the Dolphins branch for about 30 years now, started when I was 35 and took to it like a duck underwater. I received my Ocean Diver, Sports Diver, Dive Leader and Advanced Diver training all from the voluntary instruction given in house, just one of the many benefits of being a member of a branch. I went on to get my Open Water Instructor level and now give back voluntarily to the current members what I got from the instructors of my time.