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BSAC

BSAC

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BSAC

The British Sub-Aqua Club or BSAC is the governing body of recreational diving in Britain. The club was founded in 1953 and has over 50,000 members. It is a diver training organization that operates through its associated network of around 1600 local, independent diving clubs and around 400 diving schools worldwide. The logo (pictured right and below) features the Roman god Neptune (Greek god Poseidon), god of the sea. BSAC is unusual for a diver training agency in that most BSAC instructors are amateurs operating in diving clubs as opposed to professionals operating in diving schools. Given that UK waters are relatively cold and have restricted visibility, BSAC training is more comprehensive than some. Specifically it places emphasis on rescue training very early in the programme. The club was founded in 1953 and has over 50,000 members. It is a diver training organization that operates through its associated network of around 1600 local, independent diving clubs and around 400 diving schools worldwide. The logo (pictured above) features the Roman god Neptune (Greek god Poseidon), god of the sea. BSAC is unusual for a diver training agency in that most BSAC instructors are amateurs operating in diving clubs as opposed to professionals operating in diving schools. Given that UK waters are relatively cold and have restricted visibility, BSAC training is more comprehensive than some. Specifically it places emphasis on rescue training very early in the programme.

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