I have been a member of DSAC for approaching ten years and have been the club chairman for the past two years.
My first experiences with scuba diving started with a professional search and recovery dive team in back in 1980, plenty of cold lakes, canals, zero visibility and the recovery of unsavoury things.
Since then my diving career has gone full circle from UK cold water diver, through warm water holiday diver, and eventually back to a mix of both cold water and warm water diver again.
I am now retired, and following my interests in marine ecology and maritime archaeology and dive year round in both the UK and the Eastern Mediterranean where I am fortunate enough to be able to regularly dive several archaeological sites that are 2-3,000 years old.
I’m currently certified as a BSAC Advanced Diver, CMAS three star diver and am an open water instructor with both BSAC and with the Russian Scientific Diving Federation.
I try to dive as often as opportunities allow.
Dunstable BSAC is a friendly club, and I enjoy nothing more than seeing divers develop themselves through the club whilst having fun in a safe and nurturing environment.