East Cheshire Sub Aqua Club
Welcome to ECSAC
Celebrating 60 years 1960 - 2020
We are one of the largest and most active diving clubs in the UK and welcome both new trainees and existing qualified divers. We have our own clubhouse, two boats and on-site compressor as well as a wealth of new training equipment and expedition gear. We are your one-stop shop for diving adventures whether they be Recreational or Technical Diving.
The club is run entirely by volunteers with a love for the sport. This means the cost of trips and of our training is very low (in fact our instructors don’t charge anything for their time and our trips are run at cost only). You will need to join our branch to access these facilities and we hope that you will find the club both friendly and enjoyable. You can find more details about joining on our Membership Pages
Dive with friends
ECSAC is a more than just a dive club, we’re a family keen to grow. Our love for the water runs deep and we like to explore it with friends. With approximately 100 members we have a range of diving to offer. Be your interest in cave diving, underwater photography, wrecks or marine life we can offer it all. With so many members keen to keep wet our dive calendar is brimming with day trips, weekend trips, and holidays abroad. We also have a pool night every Thursday of the year (except during school holidays).
Alongside our diving calendar we also have a a range of social events throughout the year from swashbuckling pirate parties to glittering Gatsby nights. We’ve had barn dances, race nights, quiz nights, Christmas parties and New Year parties. With a social committee dedicated to keeping us together there isn’t a month that goes by without something going on.
We can cater for new divers, rusty divers and experienced divers ready for their next adventure…
Kevin has teamed up with BSAC for their “Special Interest” webinars to present 2 sessions on Project Highball. These will take place on Wednesday 3rd and Friday 5th June. Project Highball was an expedition that was awarded the Duke of Cambridge Scuba Prize and set out to recover 2 Highball bouncing bombs from Loch Striven. Part One covers the history and planning whilst part two covers the expedition itself. Joining details can be found below. We recommend that you join early as it will be limited to 100 attendees.
You can find more details on how to join in at our Upcoming Events page.
Be it home or abroad, our club encourages all of its members to take a dip whenever they can!