Planned Dives

Christmas in July

This year Christmas in July will be in Mudgee. Anne and Al will host the Christmas dinner on Saturday night at their place near the centre of town. The dinner will have an Australian twist this think tinny-bun-chicken, glazed ham, pavlova along side the duck-fat roast potatoes and Brussels sprouts.

While, most people will stay at Anne & Al's there will be a second house, rented near by. This is the last call (RSVP by the 27th May) for anyone who would like to join Alex, Liz & Izzy in this house. The cost of this house will be shared between all (with a discount for those who end up on the sofa bed!).

Day time activities on Saturday will include a trip to a local win...

Organising a Dive

So you want to run a club dive? Thanks very much, it's people like you that make the club happen.

The advantage of arranging dives is that your type of diving gets done. The general rule is that anyone can organise a club dive - if you are a less experienced diver you can always find a more experienced diver to help you. Here's what to do:

  1. Discuss your idea with the club Diving Officer, Andy Garvey
  2. If Andy says yes then go ahead and advertise it using the dive planner on the club website.
  3. If you are a less experienced diver, new to the area or have never organised a club dive before, it may be best if you had a co-pilot.
  4. If you are not sure, please discuss qualifications and depth limits with the Diving Officer.
  5. For dives where planned decompression is going to happen, discuss your plans with the DO before the dive.
  6. For shore dives, please make sure you have got the club oxygen set and the club medical kit.
  7. After the dive, please write a report on the website and also try and ensure that the website is updated with photographs and/or gossip.
  8. Thank everyone that helped ... lots.
  9. Be extremely smug. It's people like you that make the club happen