Welcome to Bristol Channel Divers!

Bristol Channel Divers

Welcome to Bristol Channel Divers (aka BCD!).

Our next Club Meeting is on Monday 26 March 2018
New Members Welcome!
Martin hanging around outside HMS Scylla

BCD is branch number 2241 of the British Sub-Aqua Club (BSAC) based in Bristol in the South West of the UK.

We are an active club involved in all aspects of scuba diving. We have a busy dive program which mainly involves UK diving but also some foreign trips. We run training courses from absolute beginners to advanced, plus Skill Development Courses.

Qualified divers are welcome to join us and do NOT have to re-train - we recognise all the major agencies' qualifications and you can dive with us to the limit of your current qualifications. Click here for more details.

Have a browse around our site. Get in touch with us if you want to dive or learn to dive and are pretty local to Bristol.


Diving in the UK
Join Our Club
Meet the Team
Trip Reports
Charter List
Local Dive Shops
Wreck Diving
Voluntary Work
Tips On Dive Planning

Wessex Federation of Diving Clubs.  Shared diary listing dive trips being organised by member branches with spaces.  Please support these trips if you are able! WESSFED DIARY
The WESSFED Diary lists local clubs' dive trips. BCD members are welcome to join these trips.

Diving Accommodation
Photo Gallery
Contact us

Club Resources:
Member Services
Useful links
Weather links
Members' Page
Kit Servicing
Read the club constitution


Click to view the latest issue from BSAC HQ

If you have any comments or suggestions or if you simply want to talk diving, check out our contact page and please get in touch with us - we'd love to hear from you. Alternatively, come along to one of our meetings and find out what we're all about.

Blue Spotted Ray, Red Sea, Egypt. Photo by Anwen Evans

  BSAC Authorised ClubBristol Channel Divers is a recognised branch of the British Sub Aqua Club



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