May SCUBA news

So I’m sitting here typing this newsletter feeling like I should be somewhere else!  I’m meant to be in Vanuatu at the moment but mother nature has decided to work her magic and throw a tropical cyclone straight at Vanuatu!

Never mind, these things happen and are a reminder that there is absolutely nothing that can be done about that!

The month of April has been a busy one on all fronts with courses, a fabulous dive trip to SA, the final evaluation of an Instructor course, a great SANTI drysuit TRY-DIVE day and some very well attended club functions with a fabulous presentation on MARS THE MAGNIFICENT a 450 year old Swedish royalty shipwreck sitting at 75mts of depth in the Baltic sea and a $4500 give away frenzy at our annual trivia night where everyone won some form of prize.

Everyone’s a winner at SCUBA CULTURE

Whilst on the subject of club functions, interest is building for our May 26 event where we are hosting Mr. Ian Lockwood, Director of Allways Dive Expeditions who will be presenting for all those going, those wanting to go and those wanting to learn about our 2018 destination of Rabaul PNG, if you are yet to notify us of your attendance please drop us a line or an email letting us know that you will be there.

I also want to provide divers with a reminder that your regulators and buoyancy compensator need to be serviced annually and that if you’re likely to pull back a bit on the diving over Winter, now is a good time to think about bringing in the equipment for us to service and provide some TLC like only we can provide.

To remind you of how that works, you pay the labour fee when you book the equipment into the workshop and the cost of the service kits and parts is charged only upon pick up.