Website last updated: 27 Dec 2021

ABOUT UPSAC

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Welcome to the University of Portsmouth Sub-Aqua Club (UPSAC). We are a University Society and a British Sub Aqua Club (BSAC) branch.

We're able to offer training, awesome dive trips, and some great socials!

If you are new to diving then, no problem, we are able to teach you in-house.

We also welcome qualified divers from any recognised training organisation, a diver is a diver to us. All you need to do is present your log book and qualification.

Diving and being under the water is different to any other experience. Members who don't join in their first year always say they wished they joined sooner. With an amazing club of people in and out of the water, UPSAC is a great group to join to enhance your University life and beyond!


COVID-19

UPSAC follows the COVID guidelines from the UK Government, University, Students Union and The British Sub Aqua Club. We will do our best to run our courses, socials and dive trips to make this a memorable year for our members, however, this will mean some changes to our normal activities.

COVID POLICY STATEMENT & RISK ASSESSMENTS

ALREADY QUALIFIED?

We welcome qualified divers from any recongnised training organisation, a diver is a diver to us. All you need to do is present your log book and qualification.

Existing BSAC divers are able to further progress their training in-house. Speak to Adam Wood (Advanced Training Officer).

Please come and talk to us so that we can discuss the next steps to get you in the water with us! See Andy Burns (Diving Officer) if you wish to discuss your diving qualifications or diving in general.


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PHOTO & VIDEO GALLERY

Below are a few photos and videos from Club activities. For more please sign-up to our social media channels.

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Thanks to Saeed Rashid for use of UK diving photography