Discover Scuba Diving event, 2 December

If you’ve never been scuba diving before, it might be a bit of a leap to commit to a diving holiday without knowing if you even like it! To help you get a feel for it we’ve partnered with London School of Diving (LSD) to offer you a ladies-only discover scuba diving (DSD) event.

When, where, how much?

Monday 2 December – 7:45-9:30pm – London School of Diving, Chiswick – £35

What does it entail?

A Discover Scuba Diving (DSD) (AKA ‘try dive;) is an opportunity to learn the basics about your scuba equipment and experience the wonder that is breathing underwater. When you arrive you’ll get a full safety briefing before getting into LSD’s purpose built pool (held at a comfortable 34°!). A Divemaster or Instructor will then guide you underwater, so all you have to do is concentrate on having a good time!

Once completed (and if you’ve fallen in love with it) you can ask us about next steps with getting certified.

LSD’s purpose-built swimming pool

Book your session today

There are only 8 spaces available so please confirm your place with LSD:
020 8995 0002 / info@londonschoolofdiving.co.uk, quoting “Luna” when booking.

The 1.5hr session includes your equipment hire, so all you need to bring is your swimming gear. We recommend wearing a swimming costume instead of a bikini, for no other reason than comfort!

Luna co-founders Lucy and Ellie will be running the session and look forward to meeting you on 2 December.

Luna founders Lucy (left) and Ellie (right)

About London School of Diving

Based in Chiswick, the closest stations to LSD are Gunnersbury (District Line/Overground) or Chiswick Park (District Line). Their purpose-built facilities are a fantastic space to learn how to scuba dive.

Lucy has dived at LSD a number of times, both as a student and as a Divemaster and Ellie completed her PADI Dry Suit specialty with LSD.

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