Discover Scuba Diving event, 14 March

After the success we had at our last try dive event we knew we had to host another to get more women into the water!

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 another ladies-only discover scuba diving (DSD) event.

When, where, how much?

Saturday 14 March – 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 6 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 and a towel. We recommend wearing a swimming costume instead of a bikini, for no other reason than comfort!

Luna co-founder Lucy will be running the session with LSD instructor Amy, and look forward to meeting you on 14 March.

Happy divers at our last try dive event in December.

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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