NDAC Closed until April 2021
With the country in lockdown restrictions, the increasing pressures on the NHS, and the Government's advice to stay at home and avoid unnecessary travel, we have closed the National Diving & Activity Centre for all activities until the start of April 2021.
We currently plan to reopen on the Easter Weekend at the start of April for Scuba Diving & Accommodation. Dates are available to book now.
The main phone line is currently not manned and has no answerphone system in place. Emails are responded to daily so please use our contact form or email
with any urgent matters.
We thank you for all your support.
Darren & Kaye
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We are currently closed for scuba diving due to the Covid-19 restrictions.
Other activities such as Atlantis Aqua Park, The Wire and Giant 3G Swing will remain closed at this stage
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Please be advised that the NDAC office is closed Monday to Thursday, so emails and phone calls may not be responded to during this time. Depending on when you make your enquiry it may take a few days before we can get back in touch with you.
Please be advised that the NDAC office is closed Monday to Thursday, the main phone line is currently not manned and has no answerphone system in place. Emails are responded to daily so please use our contact form or email
with any urgent matters.
National Diving & Activity Centre is a member of SITA
(The Scuba Industries Trade Association).
SITA has a large number of members from
a variety of sectors within the Scuba Diving Industry.
SITA aims to represent the Manufacturers,
Distributors, Retailers, Training Organisations, Registered
Dive Schools, Dive Boat Charter Operators, Journals, Travel
Organisations and recognised, approved Marine Charities, relating
to the Scuba Industry.
The Scuba Industries Trade Association
Limited (by guarantee) is governed by the Memorandum and Articles
Aims & Objectives
The Aims and Objectives are as set out in the Memorandum of
Association. The Aims and Objectives set out below are without
prejudice to the generality of Clause 3 of the Memorandum.
- To promote, market and represent the
Manufacture, Retail and Training sectors of the Scuba Diving
Industry and to advise on Government and Local Authority
Regulations and to work together to improve the safety standards
and encompass the Conservation aspect in Scuba Diving.
- To assist with the development of standards
and to ensure that where possible member companies comply
with relevant standards.
- To afford member companies an opportunity
for the interchange of views on any matters generally affecting
- To represent member companies whenever
the occasion to arises.
- To promote, develop and protect the
interests of the Scuba Industry; to promote and originate
improvements in the law in any way affecting the Scuba Industry,
and to support or oppose alterations therein; to effect
improvements in administration; and for purposes aforesaid
to support or oppose any proceedings in Parliament or elsewhere
and to take such steps (if any) as may be deemed necessary
- To take, defend, contribute to, or
assist in any proceedings by or against any Member of the
Scuba Industries Trade Association itself in which the general
rights or interest of the Scuba Industries Trade Association
may be involved or affected.
- To promote, or support, any paper,
journal. magazine or other publication supporting the aims
of the Scuba Industry and to undertake by means as members
may from time to time determine, measures to promote and
develop the Scuba Industry by means of exhibitions, fairs
and other publicity methods.
For further information about SITA
please visit their website at www.sita.org.uk