Nicholas has been with the club since October 2018. His diving started with a try dive, and he has progressed from Ocean Diver to Sports to Diveleader with the club. He is now undertaking instructor training.
As chairman, he is keen that the club retains its excellent reputation for inclusivity and outstanding training, and that skippers continue to enjoy having SISAC members on their boats.
Experienced scuba expedition leader having taken expeditions on marine conservation projects to Belize, New Zealand, Egypt, Israel, Holland, Germany, Italy and Sardinia; as well as locations around the UK and Scotland. On two occasions I was a member of a Joint Services Expedition to St Helena that was awarded the annual Duke of Edinburgh’s award to the British Sub Aqua Club. My work also led to an honorary Fellowship with the Royal Geographic Society.
Qualified as a BSAC Advanced Diver and Advanced Instructor; and my favourite diving experience was diving with a pod of 12 dolphins off Ascension Island, where two of them played with our surface team in our RHIB and its bow wave, which we could see from our vantage point on the bottom at 30 mts; and the rest were flying in formation around us at the bottom. It lasted about 20 mins and was just unbelievab
Treasurer and membership secretary
I have recently returned to diving, currently working toward sports diver training. I have really appreciated becoming part of a local club and am looking forward to doing more UK diving. I work at Peterborough City Hospital as a consultant in the Liaison Psychiatry Service.
Dan joined the club this year as a Advanced Padi diver. Started diving October of last year in the crystal clear waters of the red sea, he now has his eyes set on UK diving, becoming a technical diver and start diving deeper.
And is now undertaking his Sports diver.
As secretary, he is keen to keep everything organised for the committee and keep the website running.